Max Romer Announces New Single, ‘Drive Me Crazy’ ft. Julia Faulks

Produced by Max Romer, with lyrics and vocals by Julia Faulks, ‘Drive me Crazy’ features a combination of electronic and real instrumentation, with crisp and catchy chord stabs and drum sequences.

Max and Julia first met in 2001 when Max was a video editor and Julia a broadcast journalist for a local television and radio station in Oxfordshire. As a small child, Max was introduced to the Amiga 500 by his musician father and from there his passion for creating digital music was born, inspired by legends such as Michael Jackson, Elton John, Queen, and more recently Calvin Harris, Gareth Emery, Above & Beyond, and Armin Van Buren.

“From working together in a radio and television station and being surrounded by music and energy, it feels like we’ve come full circle after reconnecting just over a year ago,” said Max. “We are currently working on our second single, which is due for release this August and will be an upbeat melodic track with feel-good vibes, which we hope will be perfect for the summer airwaves.”

This track is the debut single for singer/songwriter, Julia Faulks, who has had a lifelong love of music and singing, alongside her current role as an online editor.

“After being impressed with Max’s work after he shared it on social media, I commented on his post that if he ever needed a vocalist, he knew where to find me… and now we’ve got three songs in the making,” Julia said. “I’m really excited to see what happens next!”

Find Max Romer online on his  Official Website, and Spotify. Julia Faulks is online on Instagram, and Facebook.

Listen to ‘Drive Me Crazy’ below:

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