Calum Foad Reveals New Single MeMeME

July 14, 2015



Reading’s Calum Foad, has release his new single, MeMeMe, with an additional remix version, that is available to buy from itunes. The new single is from his debut EP, FLAWS, that is a joyful and vibrant exploration into quirky pop music.

A text message sent from co-writer, Dan Weller, too Calum, expressing a degree of annoyance at social media, was the start of MeMeMe. After seeing one too many photos of someone else’s dinner on social media, sparked the idea to write a song highlighting people’s annoying little habits online, with the whole premise of which is to brag – Something, we are all guilty of at times. Keeping to his contemporary-pop vibe, with a slight hint of reggae cutting through the foot tapping melody, MeMeMe, is set to be one of the songs that you can’t get out of your head this Summer.

Marc McClusky, is the man behind the remix, who Calum will be recording his next EP with in the Summer, at Marc’s studio in New York City.

Calum Foad is a singer/songwriter from Reading, England, who is creating quite a stare on the music scene, with his quirky pop melodies, with the slight incorporation of reggae to set the balance of fun and serious lyrics, which Calum is known for. Nevertheless, you definitely recognise one of his tracks when played on the radio.

Recently releasing his debut EP, FLAWS, which he co-write and was produced by Dan Weller, can only be describe as a joyful and vibrant exploration into quirky pop music. Now he is getting set to release the second single release from the EP, MeMeMe, which has already been tipped as a song for the Summer.

2015, has already been a busy year for Calum Foad, and the rest of the year doesn’t look to be getting any quieter, with the recording of his second EP, in August, where Calum, will be jetting over to New york City, to work with multi-platinum producer Marc McClusky, who has worked for the likes of Weezer, Motion City Soundtrack as well as a whole host of others.



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