Following a feature on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist and playlisting in Zara stores globally; FØNX has revealed his self-directed DIY video for new single ‘Come On Over’, his latest offering of infectious, guitar driven soul-infused pop.
Filmed in his bedroom in the early hours of the morning with nothing but a camera and one mood light; FØNX captures the raw and intimate essence of his personal story of heart break.
As the track grows and synths start getting denser we see the video grow in energy with beautiful colors merging, creating overlays in each shot and FØNX becoming more uneasy with the situation.
‘Come on Over’ is the latest track FØNX has produced with 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 story of loss in love.
FØNX first picked up a guitar at the age of seven and draws his influence from the likes of John Mayer, D’Angelo, George Benson and many others. He later moved into experimenting with lyric writing and samples and 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).
FØNX is a refreshing and unique artist for 2018. He will be continuing to play across the country and is busy working on his next single which is due to follow shortly in Autumn and is back in the studio working on an EP which is due for release in the new year.