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Melbourne-based artist releases “Luvbomb” + teases first headline show






The South-African/Australian artist returned with his first 2023 release. “Luvbomb” is about the idea of love bombing while examining the psychology of relationship toxicity. Guard, who is proud of his South African heritage in the song, claims he researched the subject to understand how the conduct is a result of a profound insecurity brought on by trauma. The song is accompanied by an outstanding music video that does justice to the music. Watching the video is like a surreal visual journey that immerses the viewers in Guard’s headspace. The austere images provide a striking contrast to the uplifting musical trip of the song, which explores themes like disassociation, substance misuse, and alter egos.

Guard is currently getting ready for his first headline show in Melbourne in just a few weeks. He’ll bring his unique humour music to Northcote Social Club for a One Night Cringe Fest. Featuring a headline performance by Guard, DJ Sets & surprise Cringe performers (TBA), this will be a night like no other.

Don’t miss the chance to catch Guard live and join the fun by grabbing your tickets here:

Tom L.

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