Fake Fake return with comical video for Disposable Love

Fake Fake are an RnB duo with tantalising hooks and slick production. The pair, made up of Charlotte Hynds and Justin Campbell, made their debut in May of 2019, with Goodnightmare, which elevated them to create the scorching new track, Disposable Love.

This new track is all about relationships, love and intimacy are disposable in this new single and it has a feeling of the nature of modern relationships, deleting dating apps and being who you are as a person.

Disposable Love flows nicely with swelling synths and whirling reverbs wrapping around composed and finessed vocals, that latter switches from soothing to syncopated rap. With sweetened production and subtle hooks that stick around in your head, Disposable Love, comes alongside a hilarious visual that drops on the fourteenth of February.  

Producer Charlotte and vocalist Justin hail from Victoria, Canada, created some fresh flows on this track, where they help Fake Fake join a new wave of RnB artists like Local Only Sounds, Zaki Ibrahim and Jahkoy. Despite being of a similar mold to these artists, Fake Fake write music that is everlasting and their latest single, Disposable Love, does just that.

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