Toronto’s Max Parker reveals his uplifting new single, ‘Fly Away’ (Feel Good)

Toronto’s burgeoning pop sensation, singer-songwriter Max Parker releases his cathartic and emotive new track ‘Fly Away’ (Feel Good). In what he describes as as his most romantic song yet, ‘Fly Away’ (Feel Good) represents everything Max aims to achieve with his music — songs that not only captivate listeners, but can be used to uplift them and find a sense of escapism through the infectious yet thought-provoking sounds & lyrics.

Loved and admired for his positive outlook, uplifting music and relatable songwriting, Max Parker has managed to grow himself a rather impressive organic audience from Tik-Tok to Youtube and beyond, Max is undoubtedly a star on the rise. Gifted with lush, husky vocals and an incredible songwriting ability, ‘Fly Away’ (Feel Good) shows off the very best of what Max has to offer.

Driven by an enchanting acoustic guitar melody and accented by an array of shimmering synths and a flurry of electronic sounds, ‘Feel Good’ hits the air with a comforting pop nostalgia that instantly transports the mind back to a simpler time. Bouncy, upbeat and euphoric, ‘Feel Good’ is precisely what it says on the tin; a feel-good romantic pop anthem.

Listen to Max Parker – ‘Fly Away’ (Feel Good)

 

 “This is my most romantic song that I have released to date,” Max states. “The song expresses the notion that flying away to somewhere beautiful with someone you love, is ultimately what makes us happy. And by ‘flying away’ I mean both literally and metaphorically – to find a place (even if it’s in your heart) to care for and cherish the one you love. These days, many people, especially youth, are forgetting what it means to just feel good about life and socializing again, because life has thrown a curve ball on us. So this song challenges that, in order to have faith again, to have drive again, and to love again.”

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