Alex Frew delivers stripped-back acoustic version of ‘Antisocial Love Song ‘with A Is For Arrows

Alex Frew delivers an intimate acoustic version of his stand out single ‘Antisocial Love Song’. The original audio has been lauded by the likes of Mahogany, Talk About Pop Music, POPMUZIK, CULTR, GIG GOER, Hertz Magazine and many more within the online music community. It’s also turned out to be a fan favourite with listeners flocking to the lyric video and official music video to share their love for this emerging Canadian singer-songwriter.

The acoustic version adds even more depth to this single, which Frew wrote before the global pandemic not expecting that it would become so relevant over recent months. Again, we hear the sultry-sweet vocals of A Is For Arrows acting as the romantic counterpart to Alex Frew’s subtly smokey, contemporary pop voice.

Alex Frew has maintained his creative routine since the release of his debut single ‘Get Out Alive’, which explored the impact of being in a toxic relationship. It was the passion-fueled live performance that showcased Alex Frew’s emotion behind every verse, something that we find yet again carried over into the sophomore single ‘Antisocial Love Song’.

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