The self-assured message sees the Australian pop-fusion duo turning a corner…
President Street is but one of many artists whose career now has to work around the pandemic of COViD-19. The duo, hailing from down-under, had a Japanese tour in the works off the back of a successful Top 5 chart position in the UK before they were forced to take a step back from their gathering momentum.
Now working around the pandemic, President Street decided that the time is now perfect to release Something to Believe a song, appropriately, about overcoming adversity and learning to rely on yourself above all else.
Ruby’s vocals are, as ever, a perfect melding of vulnerability and quiet confidence, syrupy sweet with a hidden power lying just under the surface. It is her vocals which begin the song, and her vocals which lead it throughout – a guiding beacon throughout this declaration of independence and confidence and determination.
An absolutely innovative musical project, President Street began following Pete Moses’ forays into the world of songwriting and music production, and when he partnered with Ruby, it was clear that the group needed no more than just the two of them. 2019 saw them tour the UK performing acoustic versions of their songs all over the country, and the release of their Top 5 charting success, I Found Me.
Now, with Something to Believe, President Street returns with intention and purpose, global pandemic be damned.