Freddy Hall is a Northern Virginia based artist that has recently come to our attention. He fuses compelling lyrics with anthemic melodies and groovy music. Freddy has shared the stage with musical icons such as Carole King, Duncan Sheik and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. He has played for many Tony Award winning Broadway shows, and his music has been featured on Disney+, This American Life, and a long list of podcasts and independent movies. Freddy is putting the finishing touches on his new album, Dazy, which will bloom this fall.
His newest track is called, “Something Good” and the video has some really unique qualities. It features everything from dancing raisins to lyrics from magazine cut outs. You can hear that groovy vibe that Freddy has mastered in this song, as the instrumental portion almost reminds us of a Bruno Mars track. We love the energy this track brings, and we know you will too. Check out the video below.
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