Fyfe is London's newest nom de guerre vying for the lofty UK pop throne. As if overnight, power crooner Paul Dixon came from nowhere to turn heads at breakneck speed in the blogosphere and UK radio scene with a single debut titled "Solace". And now it gives us great pleasure to premiere his second offering, "St. Tropez". In a little over 3 minutes, Fyfe manages to stitch together the understated grandeur of a downbeat Miike Snow with the compound urgency of a young Rufus Wainwright. Even the viscous bass drawl and grinding horns get all toasty under his sunny disposition. The only downside is his last name isn't Dangerfield, but we can't hold it against him when the songs are this good. Cop "St. Tropez" below and be on the lookout for his debut EP out April 8th.
STREAM: "St. Tropez" - Fyfe [exclusive]