I Don’t Want to Change You-[John MacLane]

John MacLane is an artist who has sparked my interest ever since stumbling upon his music earlier this week. Anytime I come across something exponentially unique, it’s imperative to write about it here on our pages. From the moment you take a dive into John’s music, you’ll know that there is something special within the artistry. Just a couple of days back, he dropped a song called, “I Don’t Want to Change You” that has been receiving some pretty awesome attention since its release. I heard the song while mindlessly scrolling through my Discover Weekly Spotify playlist and haven’t been able to stop listening since.

John is an Atlanta native who is just beginning what looks to be a promising career in music. After many years of experience in production and multi-instrumental utilization, he’s now beginning to take the next steps into carving out his own niche in the music world. Drawing inspiration from the likes of The 1975 and Jeremy Zucker, John mixes his experimental take on music with his own personal flavor. There are  so many amazing elements present in his music and after you listen to this new offering, you’ll have to agree. “I Don’t Want to Change You” is in a league of its own. John MacLane wastes no time in raising heartbeats in this intense and emotion fueled ride. From the beautiful guitar strums that open the song all the way to the hard hitting crescendo to finish, there is a consistent nature of perfection that doesn’t let up.

John MacLane is going to be your favorite new artist in no time. I’ve attached the Spotify link down below for your listening pleasure, so check it out and let us know what you think!