HOAX has a deep fascination with examining the human condition and their latest single “You Get So Alone Sometimes” does just that. Diving into themes of loneliness and depression, the track features stunning falsetto floating atop gentle guitars, detailing the singer’s continuous battle with mental illness.
An indie-pop band from Queens, New York, HOAX consists of Michael Raj and Frantz Cesar who’ve coined their emotive style of music as “empathy pop”. Their contemporary yet retro sound fuses a multitude of genres from 60s pop and 70s Motown to alternative and R&B. HOAX's music focuses on exploring social constructs and the decisions people make, rolled beneath their pure pop melodies. Take a listen to “You Get So Alone Sometimes” and discover why their music is dubbed, 'the beautiful sound of sadness'.
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