Electro-indie/alt-pop duo Foreign Air’s memorably intoxicating new groover “Anything’s Possible” is set to a slinky, haunting beat that’ll transport you into a new reality as much as it’ll have you bobbing your head. Peeled off the newly released EP “Why Don’t You Feel The Way I Do?,” the single was written at the start of the pandemic Just as the world was starting to shut down, and the New EP evokes and was inspired by the film ‘Donnie Darko’.
“‘Anything’s Possible’ was loosely inspired by Jake Gyllenhaal’s character Donnie Darko. The main character in the song has a hard time fitting in with the world around him. He goes through life in a sleepwalking daze exploring what it means to be alive, to be in love, and questioning the things he is taught.” – Foreign Air (on the video)
Foreign Air are frontman Jesse Clasen and Jacob Michael, who co-write and co-produce all their material, and dropped their debut album, “Good Morning Stranger” in October of 2020. Before that, they released 10 singles, as well as the “For The Light” EP, starting with the glitchy, spectral “Free Animal,” which Nike snapped up immediately for an ad, and everyone from Samsung, Vodafone, Microsoft, to Showtime, ABC, and Vice soon followed.
Foreign Air’s music has been streamed more than 100 million times on Spotify and Apple and they have toured with Bishop Briggs, Bleachers, Misterwives and more.