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Josh Fudge is Thinking About the “Second Date”

by The Alchemist

Josh Fudge is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter that is really making a name for himself in the music industry. He is from Oklahoma City, but is being heard all over the world.  Not too much is known about him just yet, but that should change very soon.

 

His newest track is called, “Second Date” and it reminds us of a Mac Demarco track. The song is about getting bored too quickly in a relationship and growing to miss how things used to be. Nostalgic undertones tucked under a smooth and quaint mix make for a deep yet easy listening Indie/Bedroom Pop experience. As we listened we were brought in by the soothing production, and comforting guitar and synth chords. This song is a stepping stone for Josh Fudge on his journey to stardom. Check it out below and in our playlist “Ultimate Indie Vibes”.

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