John Fadare Marks His Arrival With Debut Dance Pop Single, ‘Come Back 2 Me’

Out now, ‘Come Back 2 Me’ is the debut dance pop track from John Fadare. The artist started out trying to make a “radio hit”, and he made many changes before settling on the song’s final form.

With energetic synths and old school House drops, ‘Come Back 2 Me’ is a dance tune and a half. Initially a demo he played to his father, John worked on the track to the point where it is today, and when ‘Come Back 2 Me’ was first played at a school concert, it got all of John’s friends up and dancing. In short, ‘Come Back 2 Me’ is a club banger.

While Fadare has made his demos at home, he recorded the final version of ‘Come Back 2 Me’ at Blue Bell Hill Studios. Although some of the lines in the verses feel slightly contrived (“we used to go to the beach together / shopping centre weekends together”) this is quickly forgotten when the song moves onto the high energy refrain. We really enjoyed ‘Come Back 2 Me’ and feel it is a great first release, especially when you consider John Fadare is still only fourteen years old. The sky is certainly the limit, and we’re really looking forward to what he releases next!

‘Come Back 2 Me’ is out now and can be streamed and downloaded here. You can find out more about John Fadare and his music online on Facebook, and Instagram

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