The Two Fake Blondes are still riding high from their debut album Out Of The Darkness. The album is something that the two put their heart into, an aspect of their value system that is across the board and not limited to any one part of this alias.
Seeking to continue the vibes that the album puts out, they've tapped talented producer and friend Deadman to tackle the track and revitalize the sound. Deadman has delivered, injecting the original with a nice aura, house music comes at the listener full force. The man blends in fitting build ups and drops, giving a club-friendly feel to this track that's igniting and confidence-inducing.
“This remix is special to me. I often use music as a way to process life, and wrote this remix at a time when I was feeling very sad. So, I focused all of that emotion and tried to create the happiest sounding ‘smiley face energy’ of a song that I could. Making this remix helped me find a smile again, and I hope it does the same for everyone that hears it 100 times over. After all, it is a song for when you're sad!"
The Two Fake Blondes have scored a whopping 150,000 streams just over 2 releases "If You Really Love Me," and "Body," two tracks off of the above mentioned album. They've caught the eye of Dancing Astronaut and YourEDM, among many other outlets who support what the group is doing.
Even Sirius XM's Day Life, premiered their song "Lifeline," which bright attention toward and supported National Suicide Prevention.
The Two Fake Blondes know what they're doing and how to get their sound into the right hands, keep an eye on what they're doing next and don't miss what this adorable couples dance music act may bring forth next.