Listen to Oliver Cronin’s energetic new single ‘Hello Goodbye’

“It’s a song that is sonically in this early 00’s alt pop space,” Oliver Cronin said of his latest single Hello Goodbye. 

Oliver Cronin has shared the latest taste of his as-yet untitled album, an energetic and dynamic new single titled Hello Goodbye.

Carried by brooding electric production, dark synths and hard-hitting guitars, the uber-catchy pop cut sees the Sydney musician reflect on the complexities of being stuck in a toxic relationship. 

Oliver Cronin 'Hello Goodbye'

“You keep on circling my life,” Cronin sings with an infectious sneer, “oh well, nice try.”

Speaking in a press statement, Cronin — who collaborated with producers Nick and Skimmy on the track — said Hello Goodbye is “a song that is sonically in this early 00’s alt pop space.”

He continued: “We talked about creating something like that track that became a timeless record, and capture the feeling that song gives you.” Through it all, Cronin’s vocals shine, even as the textured production swills into dark-pop revelry.

Hello Goodbye follows the release of previous singles Speed Bump and I Need You, the latter of which featured American rapper Lil Xxel. Last year, Cronin swung by Happy Mag for a live rendition of I Need You — watch that below. 

Cronin’s Topic-assisted 1,2,3, meanwhile, arrived in 2023. All tracks are expected to form part of the singer-songwriter’s upcoming, yet-to-be-announced album, the follow-up to his 2022 debut EP Beautiful Nightmare. 

The single coincides with a slew of upcoming dates slated for Cronin’s headline Australian tour. The singer will play all-ages shows at Sydney’s Marys Underground (March 7), MIC in Brisbane (March 9) and Melbourne’s The Gasometer (March 17).

Find more ticketing and event information for Cronin’s Australian tour here

Oliver Cronin 'Hello Goodbye'

Aside from his own music, Cronin has amassed a following online for his viral covers of hit songs, offering his take on everything from Doja Cat’s Paint The Town Red to RAYE’s Escapism.

Elsewhere, Cronin featured on Connor Price’s track RUBY, and appeared on Temptation by Lum.  

Listen to Oliver Cronin’s new single Hello Goodbye below.