Let Me Down


"Let Me Down" is the fourth track on Oliver Tree’s debut album, "Ugly Is Beautiful". On his official social media, he said: Tree stated this song was about him letting his fans down by postponing his album, and how he doesn’t care whether or not they forgive him or not. It was first uploaded to South Korean music streaming service Naver Music on April 1st. South Korean Instagram user s________d2c was the first to discover the song on April 2nd, 2020, with the high-quality upload of the song being leaked the following day on Tree’s subreddit by u/aldidas. "'I wrote the song the day after I canceled my debut album, ‘Ugly Is Beautiful.’ I had to cancel the album due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though it was out of my control, I do feel like I let my fans down, so I made them the song is an apology.'" "'A lot of people are mad. I lost a lot of fans. When I say “Please don’t let me down,” that’s me writing from my fans perspective. I was shocked at how many people were upset by the album cancellation. There is a lot more important things happening right now, millions of people are losing their jobs, potentially millions of people will lose their lives. I honestly didn’t even think anyone cared about the album, apparently I was wrong. The night I canceled ‘Ugly Is Beautiful,’ I lost over 150,000 followers on Instagram. I know I let a lot of people down, but I will come around and I will have this album come out eventually at some point in the next five to 10 years.'" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.


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