Nashville-based Australian pop singer/songwriter Quinn Lewis makes an exciting return to our stereos with the single, “Hurt Me Now”. Covered in an electro-pop track, this heartrending piece was written as an vulnerable appeal to a love interest — it beseechingly asks them that, if any of their actions is to be hurtful in the future, then it should rather come sooner. “Hurt Me Now” was released via Arista Records, a Sony Music company.

“When I wrote ‘Hurt Me Now,’ it was very much about one specific person. Now that I’ve had time to look at the song with a little more perspective, I’ve realized it’s not just about that one person, but actually, a thread that runs through all of my relationships. If I have a feeling that I’m going to get hurt it a relationship, I’d rather get it done with than end up further down the road and getting hurt ten times more.”

Quinn Lewis

Besides “Hurt Me Now”, the musician has, in the past, shared beautiful songs like “In Between“, “Weekend Luv“, “Only Everything”, “Pushing All My Friends Away”, “Hanging On”, among others which you can check out on streaming platforms. Also, do watch out for the music video for “Hurt Me Now”.

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