Payson Lewis Wants To Take It Slowly

The pop singer-songwriter lets down the walls on his delicate new single.

Payson Lewis prefers to take things Slowly in his new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The singer-songwriter’s latest release is a delicate track that lets down his walls, shedding light on the bravery of putting yourself out there. “We all have a tendency to protect ourselves, especially in matters of the heart (and art),” says Lewis about the song. “But this song is about being brave enough to let someone in, letting them come behind my defenses and take my fragile depths into their care.”

Slowly embodies a journey through vulnerability, serving as a testament to the artist’s growth and humanity. It’s a daring exploration of dismantling the walls we build around ourselves, exposing our tender truths to another soul. In a world where protection often feels synonymous with survival, this track is a bold declaration of courage — an invitation to allow someone to navigate the labyrinth of our emotions and to hold our fragility with care.

Just as in matters of the heart, so too in the realm of art, where authenticity is the currency of connection. Through this song, Lewis extends a hand, asking listeners to walk alongside him as he bares his frailty. It’s an act of trust, a plea for understanding, and a celebration of the transformative power of embracing our own sensitivity. Slowly was mixed and produced by Ben Soldate and mastered by Eric Boulanger at The Bakery Mastering.

Originating from Philadelphia, Lewis emerges as a dynamic singer-songwriter whose musical journey began with an immersion into his brother’s eclectic music collection. Venturing from the East Coast to Los Angeles,, he made a lasting impression on The Sing-Off. His recent EP Retrospection gained over a million streams and features standout tracks like Back In Time and Hotel Suite. He has since released three singles, Blurrier, Haunted Like Me and Don’t Send Me Away off his forthcoming album Sorry To Keep You Up.

Check out Slowly above, hear more from Payson Lewis below, and keep up with him on his website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.