Released freshly on Jan 31st, “Love Me Just a Little” by John Conlin is a poignant exploration of the pitfalls of modern dating culture, where intimate connections have become shallow and fleeting. Hailing from Toronto and now based in Los Angeles, John Conlin brings a wealth of musical influence from different cultures and the early 2010s. This infectious song captures the essence of our validation-seeking society, where genuine connections seem elusive amidst the chaos of fleeting encounters.
Conlin’s surging, emotive vocals serve as a powerful conduit for the song’s message, thawing with raw emotion and pulsing with danceable energy. Against a backdrop of thumping drums and electrifying background music, “Love Me Just a Little” evolves into a captivating blend of rock and dark pop, immersing listeners in its sonic landscape.
Conlin is known to create hooky pop music inspired by love, fantasy, and escapism with his sonorous ranging vocals. He knows how to make people listen to him at any time. His messages can be resounded easily through dance music that makes you sway and before you know it, you have inhaled his message and gotten influenced by his beats.
With “Love Me Just a Little,” the LA-based singer shows us his depth and sincerity in both music and relationships as he sings wanting to mean something to the people he meets. Conlin has held up the mirror back to our society, telling us to feel more.
Review By: Naomi Joan