Farr’s “Heal Me” Is A Synthphony Of Loneliness


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London/LA duo Farr captures the loneliness and longing in long distance love in new single “Heal Me,” a dark explosive ambience track that soars with its cinematic bursts and echoing choruses. The cathartic intensity of the track transmits the quiet emotional weight we often carry when we’re physically separated from our loved ones:

“We’re so excited for this track to be out. I originally wrote this one with Carl Barat and Olly Burden during the same trip to London that I met Linden on. We had written our first single ‘Down’ a few weeks earlier. After a big night out I dragged myself to the studio across London and wrote the song between cold sweats. This was my longest and first trip alone to another country and felt pretty alone in London, so we ended up with this visceral love song about when you’re away from someone you love for a long time. We’ve been waiting for this one to come out for such a long time and are so proud of the end product and hope all our fans love it just as much as we do.”

The track is from the duo’s upcoming debut record Weightless, which will be out on March 27th. They’ll also embark on their European tour that month:

3rd March – Budapest, Hungary @ Akvarium Klub

5th March – Berlin, Germany @ Asta Kulturhaus

6th March – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega

7th March – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso – SOLD OUT

9th March – Brussels, Belgium @ AB

12th March – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique

13th March – Zurich, Switzerland @ Kaufleuten

16th March – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall

17th March- London, UK @ Roundhouse