London’s SC. Undercover has released new single, Morals. The track emanates elements from the UK garage, pop and drum & bass scene and tells the story of a character scarred by the darkness of his past, admitting his faults and showing his regret for the decisions made in his life, whilst seeking closure in a new world. Hoping to help others overcome their own struggles with mental health, SCU wants to share his experiences, shining light on a subject very close to his heart. SCU spoke with The Fountain about Morals in more depth as well as his influences.
TF: You have a new single out, what has the reception been like to Morals?
The reception has really been pretty good. I’m just so happy to have the song finally out there with people.
TF: How would you sum it up in one sentence?
Rewarding and humbling that I’ve been able to reach so many people with something sonically different.
TF: Who do you look to and idolise when it comes to influences?
Influences would have to be Prince and David Bowie.
TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, after this single release?
I want to keep things moving. I have some ideas of things to follow but nothing completely finalised, I mostly just want to focus on creating the best music I can.