The Saxby Twins sing of falling in love in their dubut single

The Saxby Twins sing of falling in love in their dubut single

The Saxby Twins sing of falling in love in their dubut single

By / Off The Press / Thursday, 05 March 2020 09:57

South African Duo, The Saxby Twins started their passion for music at the ripe old age of 16 with a slew of covers. However, with previous commitments to their sport, the music industry saw less of them until now.

Since the release of their debut single, ‘Falling For You’, Kyle and Wayde have gained more support for their music. The twins have two more singles planned as they remain optimistic about their future.

‘Falling For You’ is, of-course a typical love song with great lyrics and a catchy melody that describes the process of falling in love and the emotions around this topic.

‘Falling For You’ was expertly put together by Clint Watts at Watts Audio Recording studio, which ended in a well-balanced end-product.

‘Falling For You’, has been playlisted across certain radio stations and is currently available on all major streaming platforms.

The Saxby Twins are brothers from South Africa, Edenvale/Bedfordview who are currently at Stellenbosch University where they are studying BCom Management Science. 

Get 'Falling For You' at Apple

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