“David Eats Fast Food Daily” is taken from Elliot‘s new album Fast Food Musik out on Icons Creating Evil Art.
Influenced by the Los Angeles experimental pop scene – read lo-fi + psychedelia-, 23-year-old Stockholm-based singer-songwriter-producer Ellioth Axelsson seems to have developed an obsession about fast foods. This is actually the theme that he metaphorically explores on his debut album Fast Food Musik, a project made to address food addiction and narcissism in a fast food culture of gratification where we starve spiritually. About the album, Elliot explained:
Taken from the album, Elliot‘s new single “David Eats Fast Food Daily” is a bedroom pop earworm soaked in oily effects and as addictive as the sodas and hamburgers he is singing about. It also comes with a Georg Bosman-directed cooking class-like video. Watch below.
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