Something Stupid

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    Married Bakersfield, California-based duo Fawns of Love (Jenny and Joseph Andreotti) will release “Zine Days” b/w “Something Stupid,” a new two-song 7-inch on March 2, 2018. The song adheres beautifully to the Andreotti’s most personal and nostalgic inspirations, from its title, to its inspired artwork, music video, and even a Spotify playlist the band created to act as a blueprint of the influences that went into the song’s creation.

    The new single arrives a year after the band’s debut album Who Cares About Tomorrow, and is the follow-up to its mid-2017 single release “Falling/Standing,” which Paste called a “dreampop gem,” and was honored as one of the best songs of the year by Los Angeles-based radio show Part Time Punks and venerable indie rock bible The Big Takeover.

    “Gone are the zine days, Gone are the me and you days,” Jenny sings.

    “‘Zine Days’ is a tribute to my teenage self, and a eulogy,” she explains. “I lost my eldest brother to cancer when I was fourteen. I was an absolute innocent insecure mess in junior high, and he tried to boost my self-esteem by saying that I had better watch out for boys. He knew damn well that the only way any boy would look my way was to cheat off my test, but to this day it is one of the kindest things anyone has ever said to me. My brother was sensitive to my growing pains even though his own life was tragically spiraling out of control. With ‘Zine Days’ I have done my best to capture that sense of innocence and loss.”

    This depth of emotion comes to life in physical form with the single’s cover art and music video which are both viewable in 3-D.

    Lyrics:

    “Zine Days”

    Verse One:

    Gone are the radio days
    And you’re gone too
    But I still want you
    With every breath and beat of my heart

    Chorus:
    Gone are the zine days
    Gone are the me and you days

    Verse Two:
    Gone are the movie days
    Feeling something days
    In its place is something angry
    There’s no time for dreaming or escape

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Married Bakersfield, California-based duo Fawns of Love (Jenny and Joseph Andreotti) will release “Zine Days” b/w “Something Stupid,” a new two-song 7-inch on March 2, 2018. The song adheres beautifully to the Andreotti’s most personal and nostalgic inspirations, from its title, to its inspired artwork, music video, and even a Spotify playlist the band created to act as a blueprint of the influences that went into the song’s creation.

The new single arrives a year after the band’s debut album Who Cares About Tomorrow, and is the follow-up to its mid-2017 single release “Falling/Standing,” which Paste called a “dreampop gem,” and was honored as one of the best songs of the year by Los Angeles-based radio show Part Time Punks and venerable indie rock bible The Big Takeover.

“Gone are the zine days, Gone are the me and you days,” Jenny sings.

“‘Zine Days’ is a tribute to my teenage self, and a eulogy,” she explains. “I lost my eldest brother to cancer when I was fourteen. I was an absolute innocent insecure mess in junior high, and he tried to boost my self-esteem by saying that I had better watch out for boys. He knew damn well that the only way any boy would look my way was to cheat off my test, but to this day it is one of the kindest things anyone has ever said to me. My brother was sensitive to my growing pains even though his own life was tragically spiraling out of control. With ‘Zine Days’ I have done my best to capture that sense of innocence and loss.”

This depth of emotion comes to life in physical form with the single’s cover art and music video which are both viewable in 3-D.

lyrics

“Something Stupid”

Verse One:
If I drink one more
That could be it
I will do something stupid
I will be honest
A little too real

Chorus:
Flirt, text, misbehave
Beg, plead, I want you
Why don’t you want me?

Verse Two:
As my drink spills
It’s obvious
I’m about to do something I will regret
Something with a permanent effect

credits

from Zine Days, released March 2, 2018
Jenny Andreotti: Vocals
Joseph Andreotti: Guitar, bass, synthesizer, drums
Josiah Mazzaschi: Backing vocals, percussion

Recorded by Jenny and Joseph Andreotti
Mixed and mastered by Josiah Mazzaschi at Cave Studios

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Fawns of Love Bakersfield, California

Both full-time educators – Joseph teaches middle school, Jenny is a full-time instructor at CSU-Bakersfield – the Andreottis have been married for 15 years and performing together for 18 years, and recording, touring and releasing music throughout that time under various names and labels.
Paste proclaimed the band “a dreampop gem.”
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