Secret Friend’s single “I Don’t Know You” takes listeners on a journey into the mind of the obsessed, searching for love through self-medication, deception, and the psychedelic experience. The single is off the upcoming album Sleeper due out August 14.
With an offbeat electronic progression preluding the adventures of an overly-infatuated lead, “I Don’t Know You” produces a sense of mystery, wonder and anxiety. The entrance of a soft acoustic chord progression and flood of high-pitched, low volume electronic scales balances the somber reality behind Fox’s lyrics. The song ends in a surreal ambiguity both lyrically and melodiously, “I Don’t Know You” leads listeners into a pseudo-dreamlike state full of love and a small dose of concern.
About Secret Friend:
Steven Fox is now pursuing music production from Chiang Mai Thailand. Throughout 20 years of entrepreneurial work, Fox has done sound design for keyboard samplings used by The Cure and other artists, created the first successful Chinese language dating website, and co founded the music promotion website “BehindTheBeat”. Although production for his own music has only recently resurfaced, Fox’s influences trace back in time to artists such as The Beatles, Harry Nilsson, and Les Paul. Fox worked with Linus of Hollywood, who has worked with artists such as The Smashing Pumpkins, Tim Burgess, and Bowling for Soup, on his first album Time Machine and contributed to his upcoming album Sleeper.
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