“ATM” Too Free

Too Free, is comprised of Awad Bilal (Big Freedia, Vasillus), Carson Cox (Merchandise), and Don Godwin (Callers, Impractical Cockpit). The trio have announced their debut album Love in High Demand,will come out on February 21st via Sister Polygon (Priests, Downtown Boys). Along with the announcement, they have shared a video for lead single “ATM. Says frontperson and lyricist Awad Bilal, “When we see people who look like us, engaged in situations we could see ourselves in, and have our experiences reflected back at us – we feel seen – and that is everything.”

“ATM” examines the duality of attention. Too much can go to one’s head, corrupting a sense of common ground and innate empathy of the human experience, but on the flip side, the effects of too little unlock desperate feelings inside of us, rendering our morality obsolete. “ATM” is about that beautiful, healthy middle ground where it’s okay to desire being noticed, and was consciously written for marginalized people who don’t always have the platform of being seen. The track is an homage to the group’s shared love of ballroom music and the everlasting courtship between the dancer and the music.


1. Gold
2. Elastic
3. Touch Upon Touch
4. ATM
5. X2
6. The Void
7. Breathing Underwater
8. Wanna Let Me Know
9. No Fun


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