Foreign Figures is a Utah-based alternative-pop outfit. Not too long ago, they released “Don’t Let Me Go”, an introspective tune from their upcoming album, entitled, “Spectrum”.
Foreign Figures – “Don’t Let Me Go”
“‘Don’t Let Me Go’ is a heartfelt, candid song, inspired by the lead singer’s first real romantic relationship after coming out as gay. He never had experienced those strong feelings for someone. For the first time he is navigating raw vulnerability with another lover. Painful, yet hopeful, ‘Don’t Let Me Go’ is a song that we hope uplifts and connects with humans navigating love and relationships with others and themselves.” – Foreign Figures
‘Don’t Let Me Go’ contains a relatable storyline, dreamy pop vocals, and lush instrumentation boomin’ with vibrant energy. Also, the song conveys a message of heartbreak and hope.
Seth Dunshee, Jonny Tanner, and brothers Eric and Steve Michels met at Utah Valley University. In 2014, they formed Foreign Figures. So far, their music has amassed thousands of downloads and millions of streams in over 25 different countries.
The bubbly entertainers have secured licensing deals with TVLand, TuneCore, and Fox. Also, they have shared the stage with X Ambassadors, American Authors, Smallpools, The Aces, and Lukas Graham.
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