With images of a nature-esque rebirth of sorts, Out Australian singer Yanni Burton returns to pop radio with his new track “End Up Missing”. Direct from Adelaide, Australia (the birthplace of Sia), Burton was almost destined for musical greatness. The musician went to the world renowned Juilliard in New York, where he studied the double bass. He holds not just master’s in orchestral performance, but is also a producer of the Salome Chamber Orchestra, where he has performed alongside celebrated artists including John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield and Rufus Wainwright. Legend and Wainwright were also extremely crucial in shaping Burton’s sound.
This inspiring dance track is perfect summer listening, with a video filled lush imagery and plentiful eye candy. Burton wrote the song about the passion, lust and excitement that a new relationship can bring you, but also what happens when those same feelings fade.
“I have wasted so much time looking for someone to complete me, when Mr. Right was right in front of me all along” he reflects. “We tell ourselves we need that special someone to complete us when most of the time, all we need is already with us”.
WIth production by Lars Soderberg (Lauv, Adam Rickfors, and the Black Eyed Peas’ Printz Board), “End Up Missing” is Yanni’s third independent single release this year. It is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and all digital platforms as of June 28th, and the video is currently available on YouTube.
Listen to Yanni Burton at https://open.spotify.com/artist/0lB5yVVUXAttnRKu8HzyQU?si=rbZPYDPORLef0EVXe2Hszw