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Feyer Releases New Music Video

Feyer’s debut single “I Just Don’t Know” is an explosive progressive rock tune that captures the power that uncertainty has on an individual. Complete with theatrical vocals, foreboding lyrics, driving drums and guitar work, and synthesizers galore, “I Just Don’t Know” is sure to be a song that gets you out of your chair and has you pumping your fist. Watch here

A song finely divided between the arena rock spirit of the 1980s and the shimmering groove of modern synth-pop, Feyer’s lead single is a sonic embodiment of an anxiety-ridden artist who turns to music as his form of therapy. In a society where everyone seems to be on top of things, at least on the surface, Feyer makes a daring move to come forward and sing what a lot of us are feeling; they simply don’t know and can’t tell what the future will hold. Everyone has levels of uncertainty lingering in their minds, but not too many are able to make it public.

Feyer has no shame in expressing his uncertainty, but still wants to mask it with a feel good, in-your-face song that is impossible to play as background music, but begging to be played at full blast every time. So, as you bang your head and scream along to the chanting section of Feyer’s track, while drumming along to the odd-time signatures on your steering wheel in a traffic jam, realize that if you are anxious or confused about what the future has in store, have a little fun with it, because you are most certainly not alone.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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