Phoneboy Announces New Album “Moving Out”, Shares New Song “Ferrari”
New Jersey-based indie rock band Phoneboy, contisting of Wyn Barnum (guitar), Ricky Dana (guitar) and bassist James Fusco (bass), announced their upcoming sophomore album “Moving Out”, which will be released on March 24, 2023.
The album is their first project in two years and comprises 10-track.
The band shared, “we've been working for years to get all this ready for y'all. endless love to our management, label, friends, family, and most importantly all of y'all for sticking with us. we're so hyped for you to hear this next album. we're so proud of it and we can't wait to play it live :)”
On January 19, the band released the second single called “Ferrari” from the album, following “Runaway” released last October.
The track was written by Wyn Barum, James Fusco and Richard Dana. Produced by Ayad Al Adhamy.
The band said of the song, “Essentially an intrusive rant describing the scary transition between hanging out with your friends all the time and being alone in the “real world”. Also portrays how people in the age of young adulthood are lost and don't know what to do. Thus, they resort to wishing for what they know: the irresponsibility of high school.”
- The accompanying music video was directed by M.J. Ricciardi and Ricky Dana.
“Our buddy Mike DeVita came up with the idea of a robbery," Ricky Dana told Ones to Watch about the video. “We liked that idea a lot because it felt symbolic of youth and a happy-go-lucky attitude being taken from us.”
Wyn Barnum continued, “Jumping over the car was my favorite part of shooting the music video. I felt like a total badass. They should hire me for, like, stunts and stuff. I could be the next Tom Cruise.”
Photo by Ayad Al Adhamy
Background photo by Walter Orellana
- source : Apple Music