TUNE The Gaffer - Throw Me Off
Throw Me Off is a song about being fixated with someone and catering to them at their beck and call, despite how likely it is that they will never reciprocate the favour. The song retains an infectious "half glass full" attitude throughout, even if the desired outcome is a far-fetched pipe dream. It's the catchy lead single from The Gaffer's upcoming debut EP "There's No Such Thing As Bad Weather", of which all instruments and vocals (excluding drum kit) were recorded in as homemade a manner as you can possibly imagine; from the artist's bedroom. The entire EP was mixed and mastered by engineer Steve Murray in order to take The Gaffer's compositions to the next level, sonically. The song is The Gaffer's best effort at creating an earworm driven alternative rock song in the style of his heroes Weezer, utilising loud/quiet dynamics and featuring a massive chorus.