Daniel Polich is a former 22-year-old Vine star, known for posting 6-second covers when the app still existed. Now Daniel’s debut Pop/R&B release takes a solemn and wistful turn in this emotional track that begs the question of knowing when a relationship has run its course. The song is quite a departure from his early days of covering pop hits and performing energetic live sets at influencer dominated tours like Playlist Live and Digitour. He’s all about the introspective, downtempo storytelling in ‘Bad For Me’ . Polich’s mournful vocals punctuated with his smooth and clear falsetto, decries the realization that his future does not include this love. Dreamy, wistful and heartbreaking.
His voice may remind you of a young Bieber, with the similar tone, cadence and melody delivery. His mid-range delivery is a beautiful mix of rasp and clarity that flawlessly blends into falsettos at times which also reminds me of Conor Maynard. The vocal chops add a nice touch to fill in the minimal blank spots on the hook. The synth twangs in the background are also comparable to something Jordan Ullman would lend to Majid.
Absorb this slow, emotional ballad below and get in yo feels.