Adam Rom drops vibrant pop track ‘Curse’

Following up on his acclaimed debut track ‘Obvious’, Self-produced Adam Rom returns with wistful new single ‘Curse’.


With ‘Curse’ taking an emotive pop style fusing trap and house elements which are parallel to ‘Obvious’, the track blends organic and electronic elements, pairing steel drums and piano chords with a sparse trap beat that perfectly complements Adam’s effortless vocals.

“Curse’ is pretty much about when relationships go wrong – and the head vs heart scenario that comes up so often during those uncertain times,” Adam explains. “I think that feeling of inner conflict is super relatable, it’s something so many people have been through and I wanted to get that across with this record.”

Set to play his debut gig at fashion festival Tokyo Girls Collection in Japan on Friday 9th August, Adam Rom proves he is a young talent in possession of all the attributes necessary to become a star, with ‘Curse’ representing the next exciting chapter in the story of Adam Rom.

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