Photo by Ann Sommers
From The Artist : Inspired by a flirty night out, this song is about getting screwed over but having fun in the process. It’s a fun and goofy take on falling in and out of love – a lighthearted view of getting dumped.
I self-produced “Dirty,” as well as the entirety of ‘Valentine’, mixing and recording an entire project by myself for the first time. This was a learning process that allowed me to experiment with different genres through writing concise songs. Valentine tells the story of a lonely lover boy and through doing so provides an inside look at everything I like to create.
I wanted to give someone else complete creative control of the visual aspect after I created all of the album by myself. The music video for “Dirty” is Stephen Trivieri’s insane vision of chaos inspired by being ‘done dirty’.
Scott Goodwin is a multidisciplinary artist and producer born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Having developed a reputation as a blues rock mainstay at historic Toronto venues like Horseshoe Tavern and the Drake Hotel, Goodwin plans to supersede his reputation and introduce fans to another side of himself – the experimental, late-night-tinkering producer.
Scott’s new single, “Dirty,” is a fun, catchy perspective on getting his heart broken with funky riffs and an upbeat bass line. It’s been paired with an over-the-top, colourful video. Something you want to watch over and over again to make sure you didn’t miss anything.
“Dirty” is taken from his forthcoming album, ‘Valentine’ (to be released April 24th).
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