By Frank Bell
It’s a powerful Visual Exploring Influencer Culture.
UK Producer and songwriter WEIRDO has an illusive, cult following online for his unique electro-pop nuances. His ability to combine modern pop with, off-kilter leftfield production has earnt him fans such as Annie Mac, 6Music, Radio 1 and across Spotify.
Originally from Birmingham, the talented artist found fame online after releasing a demo production which built steam after featuring with online channel Majestic Casual. He was soon being tipped as one of the most exciting artists around, before completely disappearing off the radar.
He then returned with the breakout single ‘Eurotrash’, reinforcing his ability to splice social commentary with powerful pop production. It’s the same trick in the new single Fakin‘, accompanied by a visual exploring the plight of the Instagram obsessive.
“Fakin’ is a song I wrote – explains WEIRDO – about the world we live in, the people that surround us and the complexities of the modern age. I spent way too much time with and around materialistic people who were in denial of it and once I spent some time alone in thinking mode, I realised that honesty seems a thing of the past for many people nowadays…”