Maver & Ruer team up for new electro-pop single, ‘Can You’

Turn up your stereos, as multi-instrumentalist, producer Maver teams with vocal powerhouse, producer Ruer on ‘Can You’.

‘Can You’ is an ambitious, fiery track about finding the balance of passion and trust in relationships, expressing the challenges of transitioning from toxic youthful relationships into strong, more mature ones.

“This song is about believing that a good thing might be happening, realising that it’s different to what you’re used to, and learning not to sabotage it because something this good can’t possibly last,” Ruer said.

Combining the passionate songwriting and emotive voice of Ruer with Maver’s more intricate, futuristic production makes for one addictive tune that goes beyond any classic pop song.

“I wanted to match the upfront feeling Ruer gave and try to create some gritty and aggressive sounds immersing you in that feeling,” Maver said.

For those who don’t know these two new exciting homegrown Perth talents, let me give you a brief snapshot.

Perth producer, Maver (Matthew Vereker) is propelling fast as one of this year’s most promising producers.

Inspired by the boundary-breaking productions of Flume, Whether and Wafia,  Maver is one technically-trained producer you need to watch.

Only gracing the scene for a year, this is only the beginning for Maver with his first two singles, ‘First Time’ and ‘Pieces of Us’ already receiving praise from RTRfm, VOXfm, Acid Stag and Happy Mag.

You may remember Ruer (Nicole Tanner) from one of our previous articles on her debut single, ‘I Don’t Need Ya’.

As one of 2020’s most exciting emerging acts, over the years Ruer has made the top five of Triple J’s Unearthed DMA’s remix competition and signed a record deal with independent label, Women of Music Production Perth (WOMPP).

Go get plugged into ‘Can You’ this weekend HERE.


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