We’ve all been there: you meet someone and they seem like the perfect girl/guy for you, until they break your heart.
Anwar Sawyer & Andrew Diaz of A+A express that experience in their new single “Believe In Good Girls,” an ode to heartbreakers everywhere as it describes the feeling of losing faith in women after a breakup.
“I’ll never believe in love again / I’ll never believe in good girls, they don’t exist / Cause you just pushed me in the fire,” Andrew sings on the chorus, their lyrics influenced by George Michael and James Fauntleroy.
Anwar is the instrumentalist in the group while Andrew is the writer and vocalist. The two met at a recording studio Sawyer used to own and began writing songs with each other for other artists. Eventually, they decided to start making music for themselves and formed A+A, recording and producing their music in Sawyer’s living room. Their music draws inspiration from current artists, such as Radiohead and Coldplay, in addition to classic artists, such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and the chord progressions of Bach.
This track is the first single from the singer/producer duo’s upcoming EP, LivingRooms, due out this May. Be on the lookout for the video soon.