“Goodbye” is a playground loaded with giant puppets, massive wigs, a bunch of costume changes and a whole lot more. While the duo looks stunning in their own right, the addition of dance group Visceral Abstraction and the bold puppet outfits from Chromatico, takes the glamor to a whole new level.
“Goodbye” is a breakup song turned 180. Billie Lloyd, a musician, composer and producer, and one half of the power duo, said she channeled her feelings of frustration with the emotionally charged lyrics, while Harrison Scott helped turn the song on its head and create an anthemic, confident statement.
Bhuman’s work is an emotional journey through absorbing melodic hooks, intimately hushed vocals, chill-step beats and chiming synth tones. Not straying far from their interwoven message of sexuality, gender and self-acceptance, “Goodbye” is universally relatable to fans no matter what their specific situation might be. BHuman emphasize the human experience and remind fans that, no matter what they are going through, it is this human quality that keeps them interconnected and never alone.
“Even if you’ve never transitioned or questioned your gender before, you can still understand the themes of what I’m going through or what Harrison is going through,” Lloyd explained.
BHuman kicked off 2019 with NewNowNext including them in their list of “6 Transgender and Non-Binary Acts to Add to Your Playlists.” As the lead single off their self-titled first EP, “Goodbye” is the follow up to “Safe” and continues the process of carefully unveiling BHuman’s musical vision.