Kid Froopy is giving fans one last glimpse into his debut LP Silver Silver with his 3rd single from the project, “Easy Love.”
The track features lush production that pulls influence from Bossa Nova, dreamy synth-pop, and even an intro and bridge inspired by elevator music itself. Combine Froopy’s aforementioned cozy production with his incredible falsetto vocals and a chorus in which he layers his own vocal takes together to create melodies clearly inspired by the warm palette of 70’s rock, and you have something completely unique, yet extremely addictive.
Alongside releasing “Easy Love” and his two prior singles “Some Nights I Feel Like Crying” and “New In Town” – Kid Froopy is also announcing the release date of his debut LP, Silver Silver, which is officially coming via Zed’s Dead imprint Deadbeats on May 1st, 2020. Silver Silver features a total of 11-new tracks written, performed, and produced all by Kid Froopy himself. Tracklist below:
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Hailing from Des Moines, Iowa, Kid Froopy has established himself working behind the scenes with artists such as Terror Jr., Shawn Wasabi, umru, Lostboycrow, Delaney Jane, CRAY, ROZES, Bipolar Sunshine, Carlie Hanson, and more. Having gained early support from Beats 1 Radio host Anna Lunoe, Kid Froopy’s original songs such as “bb (four missed texts)” via Moving Castle, and “Drive Slow” via Deadbeats Records, have racked up millions of streams, and gained him notoriety worldwide and allowed him to create official remixes for esteemed artists such as Mike Posner, Carly Rae Jepsen, Terror Jr., and more.
Stay tuned for additional details on the Silver Silver LP and future Kid Froopy and Deadbeats releases.