Fab The Duo Gives Us The “Good Distraction”
After a year in quarantine, Fab The Duo is back with their pop-rock anthem “Good Distraction”, and they look and sound better than ever.
Following their critically acclaimed debut EP “Our Love Is Resistance”, the power couple packed their bags and moved from New York to Los Angeles to start anew. “Good Distraction” is the perfect Post-Pandemic Bop, with a sound inspired by Hot Chelle Rae and P!nk. The duo wanted something that “uplifts the lonely, empowers the sad, and gives listeners an exhilarating three-minute distraction from the world.”
The song is accompanied by a dazzling music video that encapsulates their new West Coast lifestyle. This video is packed with all the Hollywood cliches one can ask for, including a scenic joy ride in a ‘66 Mustang convertible, partying in the desert, palm trees galore, and a twist ending taken right out of “The Hangover”. The fashion is edgy, gender-defying, and outright revolutionary as they wear everything from skirts with fluffy pink jackets to eight-inch heels. Shot with the help of videographer Ron Geffen, the video feels both retro and timeless. Produced by Niko Vaude with the help of audio-engineer Kai Nakamura, Fab’s new sound is more commercial and mainstream while still retaining Fab’s signature pop-rock edge.
Fab The Duo is a recently Los Angeles-based alternative pop duo, aiming to smash societal norms through music and love. Previously hailing from New York, the glamorous boyfriend pair, Greg Driscoll and Brendan Eprile, had quickly become rising stars in New York City’s nightlife and music scene, performing to energetic crowds at The Bitter End, The Stonewall Inn, and The Cutting Room, as well as recently to the executives at The Madison Square Garden Company. They were recently recognized by the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, winning the Song Of The Week Award. Fab The Duo hope to to change the way people see queer, interracial love in the music scene and beyond. As they make break boundaries and stereotypes as the first gay couple to go mainstream in the music industry, they want their fans (or Fabbits) to follow this simple advice: Be You. Be Proud. And Be Loud!