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Aaron Lindt Reflects On “Fake Love”

The house and pop producer Aaron Lindt has just made a statement release on Armada. He has been making music for several years, having been classically trained before moving into electronic production.

You may well have caught tracks like “Eliminate” or “Away,” and he sounds equally brilliant with “Fake Love,” featuring both Marie & Amory Reel. This pop-drenched record is immediately catchy and full of musical texture. It’s meaning is also powerful, with Lindt saying:
“Fake Love’ is ultimately a song about being in denial that someone isn’t right for you. The fear of being alone becomes much bigger than the fear that the other person doesn’t love you back. You’d rather fake love than be alone and face the truth. The summery pop-house production juxtaposes the sobering lyrics to create an intricate mix of feelings. We wanted to create a song that was both effortlessly infectious and thought-provoking.“

Stream it below.

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