“You know I’ll Love You At Your Worst,” sings Calum Scott in his new single in his new, open hearted, unapologetic single. The new hit is “At Your Worst,” a reflective title that describes the deep meaning of the song. In the honest wording of his personal emotions, Scott brought his personal experience to his audience. The artist mentioned that he in fact sometimes feels like he’s “difficult to love,” but later realized everyone is worthy of love.
At Your Worst
English singer and songwriter Calum Scott rose to prominence after competing on the ITV talent contest Britain’s Got Talent. Since then he’s never stopped. With his performance of #1 hit, “Dancing on My Own,” and earning Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer and thus made himself a name. However, his musical journey has recently shifted, and his new hit “At Your Worst” is a proof of this change.
With the end of his European and South American tour, Calum Scott dropped his new single “At Your Worst.” Saying goodbye to a tour for Scott means also waving at his old music. Departing from his previous style, the song embraces Scott’s new music approach.
His elegant, calm and soft pop music switches sides and turns into a new, updated form of pop. The new disco, funky sound is Calum Scott’s new brand. The artist introduced this shift with the previous 2023 single, “Whistle,” and its multiple remixes. Featuring Robin Schulz (as well as Take That) in May, “Greatest Day” was also a step to emphasise the artist’s rebranding. Scott finally confirmed his new direction with his latest release.
The genre that for almost ten years accompanied the artist and brought him to become the 167th most streamed artist on Spotify, as well as winning awards like the 2018 British LGBT Awards and the 2022 Septimius Awards. He also received a nomination for the Brit Awards.
“This one was originally written from a place of insecurity,” writes Scott. “[I was] worrying that sometimes I’m difficult to love but also the realization that we should all be loved at our worst moments, we are all worthy of it.” He adds: “So happy to be sharing new music. I hope you love it as much as I loved making it.”