Freddie Sunshine reveals his lo-fi new cut, "Don't Keep Me"

Chicago's Freddie Sunshine earlier this month revealed his addictive mew lo-fi new cut, "Don't Keep Me". Freddie is one of those artists that is well clear of the 100k monthly listeners on Spotify, and as such he has surpassed 14k streams on this song in less than a week!

His style sounds like a blend of the lo-fi guitars Darwin Deez and DIIV have present in their music, and the attitude of KennyHoopla's work.

Sitting in at well over 7 million plays as of writing, the new song sounds like it could easily climb to the top of plenty of playlists. Why do I hear you cry? Well, the guitars laced upon one another is a key element to why this track is so sugary, and quite possibly why it's so addictive. His melodic vocals counter-balance the instrumentation and have a slightly dark edge to them

To sum it up, Freddie Sunshine is an artist who is not why to blend genres together to create something unique, so head down below, click play and wrap your ears in his latest offering! If you stay for the ride he's got a brand spanking new Ep coming in the next couple of months.