Fryars has dropped a new single, ‘Orange Juice’.
The song features on his upcoming album ‘God Melodies’, which just confirmed will be released on 16th July via Fiction Records, having already been teased with both the title-track, and ‘Quail’s Egg No.1 In C Sharp Major’.
“This next song is Orange Juice in which I tell the story of receiving an awful diagnosis, not confiding in anyone and then going out on the town solo to drown my sorrows,” he explains. “Juice is off the menu. A Miami driving anthem to blast in the Uber. I don’t care who’s gonna drive me home now I’m on my own.”
Of the full-length, he adds: “People often talk about music being cathartic, that we use it to work through our sadnesses. But it can also be used as a preservative for joy and the small things that pass us by. We don’t acknowledge happiness enough because it’s really hard to admit when you’re happy and it often doesn’t make other people that happy either! But joy translated well into music has an inflationary effect. That’s what the record is all about really.”
The full tracklisting for ‘God Melodies’ is as follows:
Pair Of Dancers
I Won’t Hurry Love
Feeling Lonely Is A Shadowy Glow
Quail’s Egg No.1 In C Sharp Major