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FØNX Releases New Single ‘Come On Over’

Soulful songwriter and producer FØNX reveals his new romantic single ‘Come On Over’. Produced by Hugh Worskett (Rae Morris, Will Joseph Cook, Birdy).



A mix of jazzy guitar, smooth beats and growing electronic synths create the songs dreamy soundscape while FØNX’s tender vocals croon over a personal story of loss in love. This imagery creates an intimate sound that would be suited to listening in the early hours while the world is silent and street lamps light the night.

Drawing influence from the likes of John Mayer, George Benson and D’Angelo, FØNX delivers soulful guitar driven music with jazz, RnB and pop influences, merging memorable hooks and intricate guitar work with inspired lyrical content.

Coming from a musical background FØNX started learning guitar at the age of seven and was soon introduced to rap and hip hop, sparking his enthusiasm to start writing lyrics and create backing tracks from samples.

After graduating from Brit School some years later, he continued honing his skills writing and producing music wherever he was able and playing the live circuit around London and the South East as well as festivals such as Barn on The Farm, Cornbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival and Neverworld (Leefest).

With ongoing support from BBC Introducing, a recent feature on Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ playlist and playlisting in Zara stores globally; FØNX is busy working on his next single which is due to follow shortly and is back in the studio working on an EP.

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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