Dylan Fraser Premieres New Song “Vampire” with Alaska Reid on BBC Radio 1
Scottish singer-songwriter Dylan Fraser premiered a new song “Vampire” along with a music video on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The song will appear on his upcoming EP “2030 Revolution”, which is set to be released on August 17, 2022.
This time, he teamed up with American singer-songwriter Alaska Reid on the track.
The track was written by Alaska Reid, Dylan Fraser, and Jonah Summerfield, who also produced it.
The accompanying video was directed by Trash Factory.
Dylan Fraser said of the song, “I wrote a song about how we tend to heart the ones that we love the most, or lash out at people that we love the most. And that can sometimes feel like you're sort of sucking the life out of obviously wanting to use the word vampire, to sort of showcase how that feels. And I think it's not even from a place of like heart or anything. It's more just when you're so comfortable around someone they see every side of you and sometimes is bad parts of your life. We all have our ups and downs.”
- Dylan Fraser said in a statement, “This song is about feeling like you're a bad person to someone you love. When you love someone, you show them every side of yourself, even the bad parts. Sometimes, I think you tend to lash out at people you love the most but it's only because you feel comfortable enough to let your frustration or upset out around them, but it can leave you feeling like you're a bad person; a liability, over the top. Who knows, maybe even a vampire, a monster….”
- source : BBC Radio 1