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Fiona Grey Shares Glittery New Indie Pop Single “Dirty Dream”

Budding dirty pop artist Fiona Grey is thrilled to share her new single “Dirty Dream” today, January 15, 2018. Complete with shiny guitar lines, a groovy sax solo, and Fiona’s fiery delivery, “Dirty Dream” builds into a dancey pop tune that’s as much Lorde as it is Lady Gaga. A tale of unrequited love, the shimmery pop single touts Fiona’s stellar songwriting skills and modern pop sensibilities.

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Fiona Grey shares “Dirty Dream” after wrapping up her Midwest tour, where she performed for audiences in Chicago, Madison, Omaha, and Iowa City. Prompting many to say she outperforms the venue, Fiona’s stage presence is felt by all and is heightened by her tremendous vocals, musical dexterity, and immaculate fashion moments. On this last tour, Fiona worked with all female designers to create looks for each tour date.

The Los Angeles based, Chicago raised artist is more than your typical pop artist. Fiona refers to herself as a “dirty pop” artist, “What I do is put myself out there in a larger than life way.  At my shows fans approach me to tell me that the performance was bigger than the venue, (she laughs) I love that.  I believe that the message in my songs deserve to be heard in a brash and big way.”

Fiona originates from the musical theater world, but she refused to be held down to someone else’s vision and began exploring her own songwriting and musical direction. Combining elements of rock, pop, and theater, her music is full of dramatic flair that easily carries over into her performances. Fiona Grey most recently shared her single “Money,” a haunting alt-pop track that explores today’s religious infatuation with all that glitters. Following with “Dirty Dream,” this is the first glimpse of what listeners can expect from Fiona’s upcoming EP in 2018. Her songwriting on this record exposes a darker vision of Los Angeles, as she explores themes of lust, influence, and luxury. It’s complex yet cohesive, showing off Fiona’s pointed songwriting skills and ear for production that takes listeners through a congruent narrative. Keep an eye out for more from the Los Angeles songstress in early 2018.

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