Richard Orofino drops vibrant new single, "Fake Me"

Bursting out of America is Brooklyn's very own Richard Orofino with his dreamy alt-pop cuts, and "Fake Me" is a fantastic way to get introduced to an artist we can tell is going to be doing big things.

There's a lot of comparisons of his work with British singer-songwriter Alfie Templeman and Declan McKenna, however with that subtle auto-tune and American mannerisms shining through. There's also a bountiful amount of deep but bouncy guitar lines draped over dark beats you'd expect to find in a The Neighbourhood tune.

"Fake Me" also acts as the first single from his new EP, titled "Chimaera", it's a collection of songs that he's been working hard on, and if this song is anything to go by it'll be one of the best alt-pop/anti-pop EPs of the year. 

Speaking about the new single Richard says - " ... "Fake Me" is about your own doppelganger. The self-punishing evil twin that constantly tries to convince you that what you believe to be truthful about yourself, is wrong. "

With well over a million plays on Spotify it won't be longer before this artist is out in the world for everyone to hear!