Fazerdaze follows up ‘Flood Into’ with the stunning new single ‘Bigger, ‘a candid dive into the femme psyche.
Amelia Murray, the creative force behind Fazerdaze, makes a welcomed return with “Bigger.” Following hot on the heels of the well-received “Flood Into,”this latest track offers an unfiltered glimpse into the inner world of femme psyche, with a sound that’s as lively as it is grounded.
In Amelia’s own words, “I have often felt that ambition and being in the public eye can be a point of tension in my romantic relationships. I think this song is me trying to declare that I am allowed to want and have both; my career and romantic love. I don’t have to choose just one.” With “Bigger,” she crafts a musical narrative that captures her journey into womanhood and the pursuit of self-listening amidst life’s clamour.
Musically, Amelia takes an intriguing approach, experimenting with an anti-chorus structure. Here, the synths step forward while the vocal melody takes on a more conversational tone. It’s a touch that adds a genuine and relatable texture to the track.
For a full immersion in the Fazerdaze experience, make sure to check out the lo-fi video accompanying the track—a visual companion that mirrors the artist’s authentic and shoegaze-inspired aesthetic.
As Fazerdaze gears up for upcoming shows in Australia and New Zealand, including a special appearance at SXSW Sydney, along with supporting sets for acts like NIKI and DMA’s, fans can expect an intimate yet easy-going live performance. And for those in Europe and the UK, Amelia’s tour schedule extends its reach, offering a chance to witness her magnetic stage presence.
“Bigger” is an invitation to embark on a journey of self-discovery, a reminder to embrace desires and aspirations without compromise. It’s a sentiment that resonates on a personal level, affirming that we all have the capacity to be “Bigger.”
Check out tour dates below:
September 18 – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane w/ NIKI
September 20 – Hordern Pavillion, Sydney w/ NIKI
September 22 – Festival Hall, Melbourne w/ NIKI
October 12 – Gasometer, Melbourne
October 14 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney w/ DMA’S
October 15 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney w/ DMA’S + Yours & Owls Festival, Wollongong
October 18/19 – SXSW Sydney
October 27 – Pop Up, Paris, FR
October 28 – London Calling, Amsterdam, NL
October 30 – Moby Dick Club, Madrid, ES
October 31 – Razzmatazz, Barcelona, ES
November 2 – Blue Shell, Cologne, DE
November 3 – Pitchfork Music Festival, Berlin, DE
November 4 – Le Botanique, Bruxelles, BE
November 6 – The Louisiana, Bristol, UK
November 7 – Band on the Wall, Manchester, UK
November 9 – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, UK
November 10 – Headrow House, Leeds, UK
November 11 – Pitchfork Music Festival, London, UK