- 03 Nov 23
The Armagh pop queen returns with her gorgeous new single 'Duvet Day', a gorgeously produced anthem about overcoming anxiety.
Irish songwriter Fya Fox is back this week with a brand new song via Bloom Records that packs a brand new sound into two and a half minutes of indie pop excellence.
Audibly influenced by artists like HAIM and Fleetwood Mac, 'Duvet Day' has an incredibly catchy chorus that makes a cheeky head bob nearly irresistible. A sonic departure from her recent singles 'GHOST' and 'LIKE LOVING JESUS', she clearly knows how to craft a hook that does exactly what it's supposed to: it hooks the listener in from just the first listen.
The production on the track is excellent, with thrumming drums paired with hazy melodic elements that build as the song continues to eventually create a wall of sound. She sings about her fears and of losing control, her staccato rhythm and delicious additional harmonies complimenting the track's soaring production.
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“This track is about anxiety, all those little voices, little fears and worries creeping in making you want to crawl up like a caterpillar in your duvet hiding from the world," she said about the track. "I wanted to take back control and for anyone feeling like this, this is that hairbrush anthem they can sing to."
Fya Fox has had a busy summer, playing various Irish festivals like Indiependence, Sea Sessions & Stendhal. She's made a name for herself not just in the local Irish indie scene: she's received international airplay from the UK, the States and beyond. With a track like this, it's not hard to understand her appeal and we do not doubt that she only has bigger things in her future.
Check out 'Duvet Day' by Fya Fox below!