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In an age of pop posturing and tracks exaggerating an artist’s wild lifestyle, RALFY is a refreshingly confessional new voice for 2017.
 
Hailing from Bishop Stortford and mixing frank and honest words with upbeat rhythms, RALFY’s debut single ‘Bad Sex’ is a cock-unsure injection of positivity from the pop newcomer - which you can download for free HERE.
 
Watch the video for ‘Bad Sex’ above ^^^
 
LMFM One To Watch - Ralfy
Opening with the words “I know I’m literally so bad in bed”, ‘Bad Sex’ is RALFY’s quintessentially British admission to his own shortcomings in the bedroom, delivered in a unique (and super refreshing) style. The all too familiar uncertainty at the beginning of a relationship is coupled with biting self deprecation with “Would you prefer me to wear a pair of sunglasses so you can’t see my ugly eyes in bed?”, helping to create comfort from insecurity through RALFY’s own acceptance in his appearance. 

 
Speaking on the track, RALFY revealed: "My manager said stop writing these metaphors that no one understands - and that weren't that great, to be honest. I angrily replied, "What do you want me to say? 'I'm so bad in bed'?”. He screamed YES. I went into my session the next day and wrote ‘Bad Sex’, and it's shaped the next year of my writing. I was bored of writing sad songs. I decided to lighten up and have a laugh about something honest, ditching the fake metaphors..."

 
With the video for ‘Bad Sex’, RALFY has announced himself as one of the most interesting (and entertaining new artists on the scene. Through embracing his insecurities, the feelgood sound of ‘Bad Sex’ revels in self love as much as self deprecation, and in turn flips the template for modern pop songwriting on its head.
 

To coincide with the release of 'Bad Sex', RALFY has announced his debut headline show at London's Thousand Island venue (formerly Upstairs at The Garage) on 27th October 2017. 
Tickets will be available from Friday 1st September. Click here to learn more about ticketing options.
Posted 29th August by Thom
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