Scottish pop punks Woes are traveling around the world in their music video for new single “Fancy”, which has dropped for fans today. “Fancy is a song about when you’re first getting to know someone and you’re into them, but you have to do a bit of work to convince them to take a chance on you,” explains vocalist DJ. “It’s a fun, upbeat song about a feeling everyone can understand. It’s one of the most fun, accessible songs on the record, but there’s a TON of musicality going on underneath, there are some great riffs, there’s an insane bass line hiding in the first verse, some big fills. But everything contributes to making an upbeat song that you could jump around to at a festival. I love it.”
“Fancy” follows previous singles “Money Shoe” and “Suburbs” as the third single from their highly anticipated debut album, Awful Truth, due out June 28th via UNFD. The band took their own DIY experience and combined it with acclaimed producer Seb Barlow (Neck Deep, WSTR, Roam), in turn creating their most ambitious collection of music to date. The result of that tireless work is Awful Truth, a collection of songs that are genuinely unique. From the sombre heartbreak of “Cross” and the euphoric swagger pulsing through “Money Shoe” to the earnest punk-rock energy of “Suburbs” and the bubblegum pomp of “Fancy,” the spectrum of moods, styles and sounds crammed into these 10 tracks is gargantuan.