DCF SHARES NEW TRACK MISSION 2 MARS FEAT. HARRISON AND MERIVAL
Toronto, ON – October 26, 2018 – Today, Toronto-based pop artist, DCF (aka David Charles Fischer) drops his brand new track, Mission 2 Mars. Featuring vocals from Merival and productions by Harrison, the song is the latest release from DCF’s forthcoming full-length LP.
“I wrote Mission 2 Mars on my mom’s piano,” says DCF of the track. “I was reading about the Mars 1 mission, and saw that they were taking applications for people to actually go to mars at some point to start the first human colony. All I could think about was how sad that would be for somebody to have to leave the one they love forever.”
“I think it was actually my first time working with David on a musical level,” reflects Harrison. “We were just kinda homies from partays and stuff before that. He asked me to come to the studio to add some spice and we were just groovin by the end of it!”
“David and I have been pals for a long time,” adds Merival. “When he sent me the track I thought it was a fun time and agreed to hop on. The session was so easy and relaxed and I'm super happy with how it came out!”
DCF’s affection for pop music inspired him to release his interpretations of some of the most recognizable millennial hits in a series of attention grabbing online mixtapes. While anchoring these tuneful samples with straight up honest lyrics and a wink to his trademark ironic "bad boy next door" persona, DCF started tapping into an online fan base of alternative music fans wondering if pop music actually is for them. His instantly hummable mixtape offerings soon led to his first indie release, Pop Songs, an EP of original songs brimming with standout pop hooks, indelible melodies, and lyrics that flirt with less than sober twenty-something melancholy. His unique brand of neo-pop, has comfortably found a home somewhere between the sensibilities of Frank Ocean and the springy croon of Justin Timberlake, with a layer of undeniable Drake-confidence. His live show has been packing Toronto clubs, with fans and friends eager to support their homegrown pop-prince and newcomers feeling like they’ve stumbled onto the tipping point of an artist about to drop.
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