Video Premiere: Josh Lumsden – ‘Right Here’

Independent DIY pop artist and acclaimed NYC-based producer Josh Lumsden, releases the latest single from his upcoming debut EP, Right Here. This euphoric industrial house track follows the release of smash singles that feature collaborations with RuPaul’s Drag Race winner, Yvie Oddly (‘Energy’), and Australian pop sensation Brendan Maclean (‘Drowning’).

Directed by Josh and his life partner Abraham Bec, the official video for ‘Right Here’ is a hedonistic journey through dramatic self-metamorphosis. “I am inspired by transformation by utilizing fashion,” Josh explains. “I strategically started the video off with an all-white set and an all-white look to allude to me “walking through the void”, before being transformed into different lives. There’s also a video game element where after travelling through different levels, I eventually “level-up” into a final boss-type character (red latex drip outfit with black gloves, designed by SIKK Designs).”

I’ve always wanted to make a song that felt like you’re the last person left at a Brooklyn warehouse rave just before they turn the lights on. Industrial house music has so many captivating elements and I felt like I needed a moment like that in my discography. The overall vibe of the track is basically just trying to recreate the feelings I’ve felt in NYC queer underground nightlife.

Josh is a 100% self-produced Mexican-American artist known for engineering supernatural earworms that throw R&B, witchcore, and dance into a dark experimental pop blender. Hailing from Texas, the enigmatic musician began producing his own music as a kid and became classically trained in music theory and a variety of instruments. Praised by Saint Audio for his “stand out” production work, Josh has amassed 493k streams across all streaming platforms, and has performed at iconic NYC venues like Pianos, Playhouse Bar, Alphabet Lounge and took the main stage at Jersey City Pride in 2021.

Josh’s debut EP is set for release in early 2023: