- Fickle Friends Premieres New Song “Hello Hello” on BBC Radio 1
- Brighton-based pop band Fickle Friends has released a new song "Hello Hello". The song was premiered exclusively on The Independent and received its first play during BBC Radio 1.
The track is taken from their forthcoming debut studio album and written by Natassja Shiner, Sam Morris, Chris Hall, Jack Herrington and Jack Wilson.
The debut album has been recorded in Los Angeles with producer Mike Crossey, which will be released in summer 2017.
The band will perform at five universities across England and Scotland. The tour is called "TOPMAN ON TOUR WITH NME", kicks off on March 17, 2017. Learn more about tour dates, click here.
About the song, Fickle Friends' singer Natassja Shiner stated;
"'Hello Hello' was one of the first songs we wrote this time last year during our first trip to LA. We were super enthused and inspired as we'd just finished a long tour and SXSW. This song came about in the home studio we'd put together in an Airbnb and it was one of those sessions where a song comes together super quickly, it just flowed. It's about sticking with someone who's lost sight of who they are and what they're worth."
- Fickle Friends was formed in 2013, consists of Natassja Shiner (vocals, keyboard), Harry Herrington (bass, backing vocals), Chris Hall (lead guitar), Sam Morris (drums) and Jack Wilson (keyboards). The band signed to Polydor Records in 2014.
The band released a debut EP "Velvet " in 2015.
- source : The Independent