“Everything in the Wrong Place” by John Tibbits

John Tibbits graces our ears once again, he’s back with a new single titled, “Everything in the Wrong Place”.

Tibbits does an impeccable job of being completely himself that it sounds as though these instruments were born with John’s voice.

J. Tibbits brings us back to the late 90s and early 2000’s with a grunge, heavy rock and alternative sound.

“Everything in the Wrong Place” is brilliant to say the least, and Tibbits has this to say about his new single by stating, “[This new song] serves as a poignant exploration of the creative process’s trials and tribulations. The song delves into the very frustrations that songwriting can sometimes conjure- be the formidable writer’s block or the ever-present allure to mimic the work of one’s musician idols.”

He continued on by stating, “Tibbits’ lyricism offers an authentic window into these internal struggles, resonating with fellow artists and music enthusiasts who have encountered similar obstacles.”

“Everything in the Wrong Place” also changes our perspective on how life can seem backwards, and nothing makes sense and we can relate to several lyrics such as, “trying to find the light that once shown” and it fills our thoughts of the times that we pretend to be happy, like we’ve got it all figured out.

Make sure you follow John Tibbits on all of his socials, (listed below).

Our personal favorite line: The guitar solo is highly impressive. “Was I cast out/ washed out?”

Reviewed by Demornay Bester





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