“Dirty pop” artist, Fiona Grey, recently released a new single entitled “MONEY”. Listen HERE. The track, which will be featured on her new EP due out later this year, is a critique of “our culture’s widespread infatuation with pop culture and the ways our obsession with the media can destroy and fulfill us,” according to Grey. For more information on Fiona Grey, please visit: http://fionagreymusic.com.
Fiona Grey is a twenty-one year old composer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, by way of Chicago. With a background in musical theater performance, and influences including David Bowie, Debbie Harry and Missing Persons, Grey pushes the boundaries of traditional pop music through her edgy songs and energetic live performances. Dubbed a “very worthy young pop talent” by Popmatters, Grey has performed at notable LA venues such as Troubadour and Resident, and shared the bill with popular acts including Charli XCX and Foals.
Since then, her most recently released single, “What You Want”, was featured on The Wild Honey Pie, who called it “a fierce and fearless track, with an explosive chorus and smooth vocals.” The track was also placed on a promo spot for TV Land’s “Younger”, starring Hillary Duff and Sutton Foster.
Today, Grey is gearing up for the release of her newest EP, due out later this year. The record, according to Grey, will examine our culture’s widespread infatuation with pop culture and obsession with love. With powerful vocals, live string instrumentation and a rock ‘n’ roll heartbeat, the EP invites listeners to tap into their own human emotions, taking them on a journey wrought with tenderness and uncertainty. Grey’s cinematic new EP will provide an anthem for contemporary lives.