Canadian artist Alex Frew has released the official video for his track 'Antisocial Love Song' featuring A Is For Arrows, which was directed by Hope Little.
'Antisocial Love Song' is everything you want from a pop ballad - lyrically honest and raw with soft and dreamy vocals from both artists which blend together perfectly. It's indulgent, drawing you in from the first note with lush electro-pop hooks and melodic rhythm - luscious pop at it's best.
Alex Frew reeled in more fans on the release of the track, when it was first celebrated at Toronto's Queen Street Urban Outfitters, performed for the retail store in a community setting.
The track maintains it's new found meaning since it's release.
“It wears its pop music qualities on its sleeve, but it touches on the difficulty of being alone and finding connections with others - a feeling which has only been amplified by the world’s current situation”
The visual sees Alex venture to unmarked territory for space and time as he contemplates the need to be alone but wanting to be in love.
Alex Frew's breakout release 'Get Out Alive' established him as a definite one to watch, with pop influenced ballads fuelled by honest emotions and teenage angst heard passionately on his debut track and his singer-songwriter abilities has steadily welcomed new fans who can’t help but relate to his honest expression of feelings that are all too familiar.
'Antisocial Love Song' is out now.
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