Gold Coast’s The Desperation have just released “No More Sad Songs”. The Desperation is a one man punk rock band, with the creative forces of singer/songwriter Daniel Topp behind it.
Mental health is something important to Daniel, whose previous single “EightFiveNinetySeven” (released in May) related to the loss of his father, and the years of depression, anxiety and desperation that followed. With “EightFiveNinetySeven” Daniel aptly teamed up with Beyond Blue and donated profits from the pre-orders of the single.
Daniel continues to create with mental health in mind. In “No More Sad Songs” he writes honestly about how he feels, on behalf of anyone that can relate to being tangled up in social anxiety.
“Sing hallelujah, the night is over
And high fives all around”
The track is an upbeat punk anthem, celebrating when the event is over and we can be comfortably at home.
“No More Sad Songs” also expresses blocks of creativity, by way of not being able to write something sincere, with the creative works left incomplete.
Check out “No More Sad Songs” now, and follow The Desperation on Facebook.