Emmy-nominated actor Nicholas Braun, also known as cousin Greg of Inheritance – In early May, I was inspired by moments of quarantining, lonely and friendship at my friend’s LA guest house: a rocker with a tongue in his cheek “Antibodies (do you have it?”), which premiered on Wednesday with an official video Rolling stone.
“I want a girl whose blood has stuff / I want a girl who’s safe,” as Braun sings a clear guitar, heading for an exploding emo choir: “Do you have antibodies?” / Do you want to be with me? Do you have antibodies? / ‘Reason, if you do not, / better to distance yourself! There is also a line about antibodies equivalent to “panties!” But remember that this is not medically based advice.
“My friends are a couple and they’ve been together for years, but I was who I am again:‘ Man, I wish I had something to investigate now, ’” says Braun. Rolling stone. So we talked to the girl and we were like, “Maybe we should go meet and take a walk ̵1; we’re wearing bandanas.” So I went on this quarantine date; it seemed like a secret because I didn’t want my friends to know. I think the song is a combination of paranoia and romance. “Brown’s 81-year-old father also caught and survived the virus.
With a couple of lyrics, Brown turned to Instagram for his fan crowd sources. Hundreds of videos watched. “I thought, ‘Such a wonderful thing,'” he says. “Then A&R from Atlantic Records contacted me and said, ‘Hey, I know this song is a kind of joke, but I also think the bridge and your second verse are really appealing.’ I talked to him and I was like, “Does it really make sense to create this song now?”
Together with producer Colin Brittain (Papa Roach, Dashboard Confessional, 5 Seconds of Summer), Brown created a version of the pop-punk song, part of the proceeds of which will go to Cope and Partners in Health. Brown then crouched in the eyeball to film a strange video: “It just seemed like a character to me. Like a punk guy. I really wanted him to get emo and some kind of resentment. I have never used this phrase before … “I enjoy it”. That’s fine. “The artist Camilla Engstrom – aka Brown’s walking date – the stars are a hobby of love.” In the video, when we hugged, it was a very real thing to us in real life, “he says.” “Hey, is it okay to take down the bandanas today and hug each other?”
Brown has been playing since the age of six, but has also been interested in music for a long time. “I started writing songs like I did six years ago,” he says. “It simply came to our notice then. Making music is always on my mind. I would like to perform, I would like to visit tours. It’s the first thing I officially release, but I really like this song. “
For those who are interested: Braun was tested for both COVID-19 and antibodies, both negative. So, in Brown’s own words, “You better distance yourself!”