As temperatures rise along the coast, Melbourne based songstress Jane Elizabeth Hanley, internationally known as KIDS AT MIDNIGHT has emerged from her bedroom studio with an emotionally charged new single soaked in reveries of past love. The track features a whirlwind of Hanley’s main and backing vocals channelling the power of 1980’s pop paired with reserved but playful percussion and guitar that has come to define her signature live electronic sound showcased in her Triple J Unearthed breakout hit ‘Survive’ which received massive support from KLP among many other presenters.
‘it’s about realizing that you’ve missed opportunities for love bc you’ve been holding on to someone you shouldn’t or even the memory of someone… and that not being able to turn that off is just how you are and that’s ok. I actually used to read self help books to work out why I couldn’t get anyone to love me or why the guys I loved never loved me back & you get older and realize that there’s nothing fucking wrong with emotions or showing too much of them. Maybe I’m broken but that’s me…you know? That’s what Turn It Off is about’
– KIDS AT MIDNIGHT