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Rising Artist Two Feet Debuts “I Feel Like I’m Drowning” Today

Rising vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Two Feet debuts a brand new track, “I Feel Like I’m Drowning” today—listen here. The song is the first to be unveiled from his forthcoming third EP, set for release in early 2018, and his first release since signing to Republic Records.

The new music follows the success of viral hit “Go Fuck Yourself,” streamed more than 50 million times to date. The recently released video is Two Feet’s response to the organic spread of the track within the pole arts community, which has generated hundreds of videos soundtracked by the song—watch it here.

Two Feet will embark on his first ever headline North American tour in 2018. Dates kick off January 23 at Los Angeles’ El Rey, with further stops in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Boston, Philadelphia, two nights in New York, Chicago and more. Tickets are available now, visit twofeetmusic.com for more information.

Two Feet is Brazil born, New York raised artist Bill Dess. Two Feet’s rise to prominence began with “Go Fuck Yourself,” which became an overnight hit on SoundCloud, amassing over 8 million streams in its first days online. Two Feet signed to Republic Records soon after and released First Steps, followed by another EP, Momentum, released in June of this year.

Two Feet has appeared on numerous festival stages, including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Lightning in a Bottle and SXSW as well as sold out shows in both New York and L.A. Further new music from Two Feet is imminent.

TWO FEET LIVE

January 23                                               Los Angeles, CA                                         El Rey Theatre

January 25                                              Santa Barbara, CA                                  SoHo Music Club

January 26                                                 Santa Cruz, CA                                  The Catalyst Atrium

January 27                                                  Berkeley, CA                                                Cornerstone

January 30                                                   Seattle, WA                                                       Neumos

January 31                                                 Vancouver, BC                                  Fortune Sound Club

February 1                                                  Portland, OR                                                     Holocene

February 13                                                 Boston, MA                                    Brighton Music Hall

February 14                                              Philadelphia, PA                                                         Coda

February 16                                                Brooklyn, NY                      Music Hall of Williamsburg

February 18                                            Washington, D.C.                                  Rock & Roll Hotel

February 20                                                  Atlanta, GA                                             Terminal West

February 21                                                Nashville, TN                                                        Exit In

February 23                                               Columbus, OH                                            The Basement

February 24                                              Indianapolis, IN                                                  The Hi-Fi

February 25                                                  Chicago, IL                                                 Lincoln Hall

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