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ROXPHERE Releases Debut Single – ‘GOOD ENOUGH’

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By Kerry Witting

Published Friday, 13 May 2016 11:45

Today the 13th of May ROXPHERE, an 'energetic indie pop/rock blend with a mix of R&B twin brother duo from Pretoria', is releasing their debut single through The David Gresham Record Company. We asked the duo some questions:

Hi. Guys! We are very excited about your debut single release - can you tell us more about the song?

Thank you, we are very excited as well! 'Good Enough' is an upbeat RnB Ballad which represents the art of being good enough in whichever way or form you desire. It's a song you can turn the volume up and relate to in more ways than one.

How would you describe your own sound?

We experiment with Electronic, Rock, and meaningful songwriting to create a mixture of indie-rock, Pop, and RnB. We won't say that it's a fixed genre because there's always space to change and adapt to work with different kinds of emotions and connections throughout different musical compositions. To name a few of our influences are Galantis, The weekend, Years & Years and much more.

Why Good Enough as your first single - any particular importance to you guys?

'Good Enough' is the first part of our future album, which has a deep connection which comes from personal experience and emotion. But it has a universal message anyone can relate to. We challenge our followers to embark on this journey with us.

Is it difficult to work together as brothers in music? Or do you agree on most things?

It is the most solid bond we could ask for. Although we do like different things and the same, we have a mutual understanding and the same vision for Roxphere.

What do you have planned for the near future?

We are planning to release our songs as singles throughout the year. Perform as much as we can via events, and festivals and also get to know our supporters on a deeper level. 'Good Enough' drops on 13.5.2016 on iTunes and other online distributors.

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Contemporary Rock, Indie Pop

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