See You In Hell is SaxONLY’s anthemic new hit, marking a new era with gritty production and a fresh take on pop-punk beats.
Hailing from a small town on the border of New South Wales and Victoria is hyperpop artist, SaxONLY, who started his musical career at the young age of 15, where he took to the streets with his twin brother as buskers before he started yearning for something more.
The pair took their music to next level with Jackson taking on engineering duties, and Sax being behind the mic. Since then, he has been propelled towards stardom, racking up stellar reviews on his Triple J Unearthed profile, and even catching the attention of Triple J Music Director, Dave Ruby Howe.
Taking a leap from his hyperpop sound, Sax has started to branch out and develop his own signature style by incorporating international influences and pushing his music to new heights. His most recent example of his new era in his sound is his latest single, See You In Hell, which sees SaxONLY infusing hip-hop and pop-punk elements into his already infectious sound. It is a track that does not disappoint, delivering hard-hitting lyrics that explore toxic relationships, embedded in his well-known knack for melodies.
See You In Hell delivers broody synths with dark and gritty beats that ooze angst. The track also sees Sax put his own modern twist on the new wave pop-punk beats that give this track a refreshing feel. You can feel the simmering frustration, as he finally reaches his breaking point, and is reflecting on the moments when he should have not ignored the red flags.
If See You In Hell is any indicator of what’s to come from teen sensation, SaxONLY, then buckle up for his new era as he enters the world of rap. As his story continues to unfold at the age of 17, it is loud and clear that he is only just getting started.
Stream See You In Hell via Spotify below.