Josh Middleton announces the release of his new dark-pop soulful anthem Somebody (Sorry), written and produced alongside BadFuture’s Paul Gala and Canadian videographer, Johannes Schoutsen.
Josh wrote and produced the track alongside Paul Gala – who has worked with many artists such as James Deacon, Tatum, PHFAT and Kyle Watson – and Johannes Schoutsen, who has worked on multiple Netflix Original Series and shot Josh’s one-take music video for Caught Up. They both delivered a spectacular but simplistic, one-take, continuous music video (yet again) for “Somebody (Sorry)” which was directed by Josh, himself.
The new release is a soulful anthem about being human and being alone, but with the mutual feeling of the fact that everyone needs somebody. In the song, Josh apologises for needing love, with the understanding that he is only human, “Everybody’s broken, I don’t need no holding. They just make mistakes and I’m just too good on my own.”
Following the success of Caught Up, which is charting on stations across the country and receiving international exposure, the new single sees Josh Middleton returning to the scene after becoming one of the youngest acts to enter the Shazam Top 200. It is also the second single from his second studio album, A Mild Case of Insomnia slated for release later this year.