Singer-turned-actor-turned-singer Dominic Fike is on to a brand new chapter. Tonight (Might 26), Fike shared the ultimate observe from his upcoming sophomore album, Sunburn. On the dear “Ant Pile,” Fike took us again to his days on the playground, the place he remembers falling for one among his classmates.
“Freshman / Somebody tied you to a bunch of ants / And it wasn’t even the worst day / Again then you definately knew I nonetheless beloved you,” Fike sings, over riffs of electrifying guitars.
It then recounts their love till highschool, the place they started to take their relationship to larger ranges, relationship, relationship, breaking apart and painful breakups.
“Third / I picked you up earlier than the primary date / You had been allergic to your entree / You could not make pasta / The film was terrible,” he sings on the second verse.
“Ant Pile” is one among Fike’s most romantic songs, and the lyrics play out vividly, just like the soundtrack to a coming-of-age film. Sunburn can be an autobiographical album impressed by his childhood in Florida. A lot of the album was written, produced and recorded in his house nation.
You possibly can hearken to “Ant Pile” above.
Sunburn was launched 7 days per week through Columbia. Discover extra info right here.