Fabian Raad Bursts Onto The Scene With His Disco/Pop Hit – ‘Insatiable’

Out today, ‘Insatiable’ is the new single from Fabian Raad. The disco/pop track was recorded in Amsterdam’s award winning Park Studios alongside producer Owen Ross.

Fabian Raad not only gets the party started, he brings it with him on his new track, ‘Insatiable’. The artist is from a musical family, including his Aunt, Joy Fleming, who represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975. Fabian’s sound is fresh and funky, and ‘Insatiable’ is sure to help shake off the winter blues, with its irresistible dance rhythms.

The song, which comes with a fun music video shot in triptych that morphs from a studio, to dance club, feels like it could just as easily be a Eurovision contender itself; Raad lets himself get right into the music, his vocals and styling reminiscent of Jamiroquai as he sings accompanied by horns and funky guitars.

‘Insatiable’ had unusual origins; many years ago he met Irish pop star Róisín Murphy, and he was inspired by her to bring the sassy side of pop to the forefront of his music.

‘Insatiable’ is a love song which takes a deep dive into that longing you have for your lover that threatens to take your entire self over, mind and body. It’ll have you getting up and laying down some funky moves, whether you want to or not – and who wouldn’t?

Watch the music video for ‘Insatiable’ below and stream and download the single here.

You can find out more about Fabian Raad and his music online on Instagram.

Fabian Raad - Insatiable (Dance Performance Video)

 

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