Sydney artist Dinley Jones shows us a different side to his personality with his touching new single ‘Wherever I Go’.
After his fresh and fun debut single ‘Radio’, which dropped in August last year, he dropped the cheeky ‘Fire’ earlier this year.
Now, however, he’s tackling an altogether more serious subject with ‘Wherever I Go’.
“In this track, I’m discussing anxiety and depression in relation to social stigma,” Dinley reveals.
“This is something that many, including myself, have struggled to deal with in either the past or present. It’s a topic that I think, whilst often difficult to discuss, should not be overlooked.
“It’s a song that I worked on when I was going through a really hard time in my personal life, so it kind of hits home for me.
“I’m not a massive spokesperson for the topic, nor am I an expert. However, I do live across the road from a notorious suicide location in Sydney and I see commotion all too often.
“Your journey may be lonely, but that isn’t always a bad thing. You are the only person that is with yourself at all times. Being happy with that person staring back at you in the mirror is the most important thing, because otherwise you can’t be your best self to the people you love.”
‘Wherever You Go’ was released yesterday to digital music providers. Check it out below.