Rising star Finn Askew unveils a brand new single “Paranoia” featured along with a music video
Finn has devoted the past six weeks to developing the perfect video to release alongside the single. The visual adds a dreamlike. futuristic feel to the upbeat track, and really shows Askew in his element.
Finn Askew states: “If I was in the form of a song, that song would be ‘Paranoia.’ It represents me as an artist the best. When you see the word paranoia you’d probably imagine the song to be pretty dark, that’s what I love about this song ’cause it’s far from that.”
Askew has amassed over 100 million combined global streams. Released earlier this year, his debut EP, Peach, contains the breakout single “Roses.” His most recent single, “Cherry Bomb,” was hailed as “a gorgeous, Troye Sivan-style dreamy love song” by The Guardian Guide.
In his Apple Music Home session, he performed a stripped-down version of “Cherry Bomb” and covered The Neighbourhood’s “Sweater Weather.” He has also been recognized as one of VEVO DSCVR Artists to Watch 2021.
Wildly eclectic in his outlook, he actively rejects the concept of genre constraints and takes a magpie-like approach to songwriting, creating exciting new hybrids in the process – R&B, jazz, rap, emo and indie-rock all coalesce with stunning results.