Superfeel’s “That Guy” Is An Honest Song About Grappling With Rejection

The Brooklyn pop/R&B duo’s latest reflects on the messy, awkward aftermath.

March 30, 2017
Superfeel’s “That Guy” Is An Honest Song About Grappling With Rejection Androu Boudreau

Rejection sucks — and we've all had to grapple with the stages of denial, anger, and hurt that come after that final conversation. New York duo Superfeel's "That Guy," is a vulnerable, self-reflective pop/R&B ballad about that very process: "[It's] about a moment of rejection when I was really forced to check myself," vocalist Jordan Bradley told The FADER in an email. Bradley, who joined forces with producer and vocalist Androu Boudreau when they were students at MICA, says the song came from a place of vulnerability for both of them.

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"I would hope that that honesty, an almost embarrassing transparency, resonates in some way with people." Boudreau added.

Check out the "Automatic" duo's latest below.

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