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AA Indie Song of the Day - FXRRVST - "Bad Things"

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The Indie Song off the Day comes from Canadian duo FXRRVST.

March 01, 2020


The Indie Song off the Day comes from Canadian duo FXRRVST. FXRRVST features Matt Fuentes and Holy Forrest. They've got a new single out now called "Bad Things."



FXRRVST features Australian native Holly Forrest and Canadian singer/songwriter and collaborator Matt Fuentes. They met when Forrest first traveled to Canada to chase music and they've been working together ever since.

So far this year FXRRVST has released an EP called Dear Friend; (Side A). The EP features the song, "Bad Things" - you can check out the video for the song below.



“Bad Things is about having someone or something to help you. One of my school counselors would always use the metaphor where I am in a hole and I can’t get out on my own, so she gives me a rope. I want people to understand that it’s okay to reach out for help if you need it. It’s really a song that’s just saying that it’s okay to not be okay,” explained Forrest.

Be sure to check out more on FXRRVST on Spotify, Apple Music, Facebook, and more.



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AA Indie Song of the Day - FXRRVST - "Bad Things"

March 01, 2020

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The Indie Song off the Day comes from Canadian duo FXRRVST.

The Indie Song off the Day comes from Canadian duo FXRRVST. FXRRVST features Matt Fuentes and Holy Forrest. They've got a new single out now called "Bad Things."



FXRRVST features Australian native Holly Forrest and Canadian singer/songwriter and collaborator Matt Fuentes. They met when Forrest first traveled to Canada to chase music and they've been working together ever since.

So far this year FXRRVST has released an EP called Dear Friend; (Side A). The EP features the song, "Bad Things" - you can check out the video for the song below.



“Bad Things is about having someone or something to help you. One of my school counselors would always use the metaphor where I am in a hole and I can’t get out on my own, so she gives me a rope. I want people to understand that it’s okay to reach out for help if you need it. It’s really a song that’s just saying that it’s okay to not be okay,” explained Forrest.

Be sure to check out more on FXRRVST on Spotify, Apple Music, Facebook, and more.


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