Aman Sheriff Struggles With Inner Peace On “Let Me Down”

It’s not easy to deal with the news your partner is cheating on you, let alone witness it yourself. For Aman Sheriff, this is a real scenario. Illustrating his emotional response, Sheriff realizes this event on his new single “Let Me Down.”

“Let Me Down” follows Sheriff on his journey to find peace after the shocking news of the affair. He brings us into his inner monologue, prompting insecurities like describing the other man as “better looking than [him],” and the haunting image of this other man and his partner “in his cold embrace.” The song slowly builds beyond the acoustic guitar, adding simple percussion and an echoing electric guitar. Eventually, the tune swells with a layer of background vocals that bring all these elements together and signify Sheriff’s release from his living nightmare.

Aman Sheriff, a 21 year old singer-songwriter and music producer born and brought up in Dubai, UAE, found music early. With his smooth unique voice, acoustic guitar, loop pedal and sample pad, Aman quickly got the people’s attention. From playing at GoPlayTheWorld’s weekly open mic nights to touring Los Angeles and opening up for international artists such as Tove Lo, Stereophonics and Mike Posner, he never fails to capture the energy in the room. With full page magazine spreads as well as being nominated for TimeOut’s ‘Best Original Act’ award Aman has made a name for himself as being one of the most talked about new artists in the Middle East. His debut EP “Piece Of My Mind” hit #2 on the iTunes Pop Charts and latest Single “Where Do We Go” reached over 1 Million overall streams. Apple Music called him “infectious” and featured Aman as their “Favourite New Artist,” making Aman Sheriff an artist to watch.

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