Mark Wihlidal And The Doctors Of Music Have A Few Choice Words For You & Me

What goes around comes around in the Ontario band's latest single.


Mark Wihlidal And The Doctors Of Music offer a dose of romantic karma with their latest single You And Me — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Set to a Bo Diddley-inspired blues-rock groove, Oshawa singer-songwriter Wihlidal remind us that what goes around comes around in this tale of a lying lover being confronted by the truth. “I truly believe that karma … keeps things in balance,” he says. “I believe that good things will happen to those who do good and will eventually catch up with those who do things that are not so good.” Or, as he puts it in the song’s chorus:

“You can run but you can’t hide
Karma will get you every time
You can’t hide those little lies
It will catch you from behind.”

You And Me came to be in summer 2022, when Mark and his bandmates were record in their home studio. Mark found some guitar riffs for lyryics he had written, and lead guitarist, Steve Bekessy added the electrifying guitar riffs heard throughout the track.

The chorus for You And Me was originally intended to be about his experience with a previous employer, but after the verses were added, it became clear to Mark that the song is about a relationship gone wrong. “I think a lot of people have been in this situation,” he says. “A relationship is going great and suddenly it’s over or they are gone. This situation leaves you confused and wondering what happened.”

Check out the track above and below, and follow Mark Wihlidal on Facebook.