Calum Foad – ‘Me Me Me’

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Check out the new video from Reading’s Calum Foad. A track from his debut EP, FLAWS, ‘MeMeMe’ will be released on 13 July.

‘MeMeMe’, a quirky pop song, was inspired by a text message sent by co-writer Dan Weller to Calum. Dan was annoyed at social media – and ‘MeMeMe’ was born. After seeing one too many pics of someone else’s dinner on social media, the idea came to write a song highlighting the online habits of people – the whole premise of which is to brag – of course we’re all guilty of this, aren’t we!

The song is contemporary pop with a dash of reggae, and it’s altogether foot tapping.

Check out Calum on Facebook, Twitter, and his official website.

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