In my view, FJ Law is one British name to watch out for. In a relatively short time, this talent has already had love from BBC Introducing and Mahogany, as well as Spotify (who included his songs to their flagship New Music Friday UK, Fresh Finds, and Bloom playlists).
Now he’s back with another gem in the form of ‘catch 22’, a song which features hook-laden beats and synths, and showcases FJ Law’s unique ability to create alternative, indie-pop hits.
“The story of this song is based around a party I attended. Before she arrived I would play a psychological tennis game in my head, a back and forth of trying to decide the right thing to do… I was stuck in a catch 22. I knew it was a lose lose situation between entertaining her games or having to admit that it was over. I knew at this particular party enough was enough. I left before she arrived. I remember the feeling of satisfaction and adrenalin and how proud of myself I was in the car on the way home. It was summer, I had the windows down and the music up. I finally did what was best for me. It was a great feeling.”
Taken from the upcoming debut EP ‘Tape 1’ which is out on 14th May 2021.