Since the arrival of their debut single “Free Animal," alt-pop duo Foreign Air has enjoyed a meteoric rise as one of the year’s buzziest new acts, with Pigeons & Planes dubbing them one of "20 Artist About To Blow", cracking Spotify's Viral Top 20 Chart, and earning spins from Beats 1’s Zane Lowe, KCRW, and SiriusXM Alt Nation.
The pair ended 2016 with the release of their four-track EP "For The Light" that includes equally goliath singles "In The Shadows" and "Echo" as well as support dates with BORNS, X Ambassadors, Aurora and Phantogram that have quickly built Foreign Air's fan base. "For The Light" has surpassed over 10 million streams on Spotify. With all this under their belt, Foreign Air is set to have an even bigger 2017 and kicks things off with "Caffeine," a new song featured in the worldwide ads & promos for new series "The Arrangement" (written by Mad Men's Jonathan Abrahams) that launches on E! Entertainment on March 5th.
"Caffeine," an addictive injection of broody soul-pop rides low with hand-claps and a slackened beat, as singer Jesse Clasen croons “call it drugs, call it caffeine, call it lust, call it sexy, I look sad but I’m happy.” But as the sinister track throws its fists up on the chorus, a stream of drum fills and cavernous bells hit as he repeats in near incantation: “I need your love, I need your love, I need your love.” More via the official Facebook page just Here. Stay tuned !