A hazy, evocative piece of left field indie songwriting...
Fake Laugh

Berlin-based Fake Laugh has shared new song 'Better For Me'.

The English born songwriter released his debut album last year, following sessions with Theo Verney.

A member of The Japanese House touring band, the songwriter recently slipped back into his solo guise for a new single.

'Better For Me' / 'On Loop' arrives on April 30th, with Theo Verney once again stepping in on production.

Online now, 'Better For Me' is a hazy, evocative slice of left field indie songwriting that speaks eloquently about the everyday dislocation presented by technology overload.

He explains...

"The song entertains the idea that it might be favourable to ride solo. It's obvious to think of it in the context of a romance, but it could be about any kind of relationship really. I think there's also some acknowledgement that deciding to go it alone is a bit of a lazy cop-out. It kind of celebrates and laments loneliness at the same time."

Tune in now.

Catch Fake Laugh at the following shows:

April
10 Bristol Thekla*
11 Nottingham Bodega*
12 Hebden Bridge Trades Club*
13 Glasgow Art School*
15 Middlesborough Wegarth Social*
16 Sheffield The Leadmill*
17 Manchester Deaf Institute*
18 London Heaven*
19 Brighton The Haunt*

* - Supporting Girl Ray

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