With the help of her partner Josh Wilkinson (One Direction, Alexandra Burke), JFDR created the song which she says is a reflection on when life begins to slow down after a hectic period. It’s about the moments “when you get a second to breathe and an overwhelming wave of existentialism hits you in the face. It’s a good time to ask questions, as it is all very strange indeed,” she adds.
The single is accompanied by a video directed by Clump Collective (Katy J Pearson, Grandmas House, mui zyu).
Having previously written original scores for Backyard Village and Sisterhood, JFDR’s upcoming release, Museum, will be her first full-length album since the release of New Dreams in 2020.
“This album is a step to somewhere,” she says, “I feel I’m right in the middle of a new body of work.”
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