UK artist FØNX gets in harmony with his own emotions in “Time” where he mirrors the self-assertiveness and liberty that comes with moving on from breakup. Within cross-pollinated soundscape of pop, jazz, and R&B, we find the bittersweet joy in disposing of the last shards of heartache. Stream below:
“Music has always been the first thing I turn to when I need to vocalize my emotions. I wrote ‘Time’ after breaking up from a long-term relationship and finding out that this person had slept with someone new and clearly moved on swiftly. The only way for me to digest that was to write a song and include elements of humour to distract myself from the hurt,” FØNX explained.
“Time” is from FØNX’ upcoming debut EP, which will be out later this year.
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