‘Antisocial Love Song’, is the latest single by Alex Frew, it’s a sweet mix of Frew’s brooding, teenage worry-fuelled songwriting and melodic dream-pop beats. The song has garnered over 120,000 plays on Spotify alone and features the 18-year-old star’s friend and fellow singer-songwriter, A is for Arrows in a romantic duet on chilled-out track. Now, with a growing fanbase begging for more, Alex Frew unveils his dreamy new music video for ‘Antisocial Love Song’ (ASLS).
The retro-style music video, directed by Hope Little, is a fresh yet familiar outlook on the meanderings of the teenage mind, with the visuals giving a vintage feel to the young musician’s modern love song. Shot on film with a somewhat grainy effect, the vast, cinematic landscapes in ‘ASLS’ perfectly reflect Frew’s angsty lyrics as he debates the difficulties of both being alone and searching for love.
“This song is very important to me. It took on a new meaning after this global pandemic occurred. It wears its pop music qualities on its sleeve, but it touches on the difficulty of being alone and finding connections with others – a feeling which has only been amplified by the world’s current situation. I can’t wait to release it.”– Alex Frew.
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