Brayden Sibbald searches for direction with new song Compass

Budding from the coastal town of Dunsborough in south-west WA, Brayden Sibbald is a 23-year-old singer and producer making a name for himself in the indie electronic genre. His new release Compass is expansive and delicate with thoughtful production and contemplative lyrics.

This single follows his 2018 Float EP which was received extremely well, most notably for his honest lyricism and beautiful vocals intertwined with delicate production.

Western Australian artist Brayden Sibbald releases Compass, an expansive and heartfelt track exploring the fear of making the wrong choice.

The single is a raw and emotional song about losing sight of the horizon and getting lost in the fear of making the wrong choice, a feeling most of us can relate to at one time or another. Compared to the likes of Jarryd James, James Blake and Foals, the complexity of Sibbald’s music is undeniable, with synths, loops, guitar and his heartfelt vocals making it the perfect storm.

Brayden Sibbald said: “We are really lucky to have so much freedom in life, but sometimes it’s easy to lose your way a bit and you need a bit of direction to get back on track…”

Compass is part of Exist.Recordings. new initiative called Exist. Exclusives. The label, created by Danny Harley (The Kite String Tangle) and Jaddan Comerford (Unified Music Group), will release a track from an unsigned artist fortnightly to build a volume of beautifully crafted music and showcase new and upcoming artists such as Brayden.

Listen to the track below:

Compass Tour Dates:

Thu 11 April – Waywards (Sydney) – w/ ASH HENDRIKS and dekleyn
Fri 12 April – The Milk Factory (Brisbane) – w/ ARIG and Taine Joso
Sun 14 April – Whole Lotta Love (Melbourne) – w/ Zaped and Ashleigh Kennedy