LA-based act Tennis System capture the fear of being alone while trying to cling onto a relationship that is meeting its impending doom in new single “Autophobia.” Co-written and produced with Hundreth’s Chadwick Johnson, “Autophobia” is awash with chaotic and introspective synths that channel the gut-wrenching feeling of knowing it has ended – but you’re quite unready to be on your own. Check it out:
Speaking of the track, Tennis System’s Matty Taylor shared: “‘Autophobia’ is about being in a relationship that has been dead for sometime. Rather than express how you feel about it or put in work to fix it, you bury your thoughts and feelings deep inside to avoid confrontation or having to face your biggest fear- being alone.”
The track is from their upcoming LP, also called Autophobia, which will be out later this summer.
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