NEW YORK ALT-POP DUO DADY COMES ROLLING IN

Who would’ve ever thought that frenemies could ever be the next collab? Well, Rachel Dady and Jesse O’Connor sure did. Back in Northern Virginia, the two met each other in High School and didn’t have the best memories with bonding. Today they now live in New York City creating music together. Always crushing it with every release, Dady rolls in with their new single “Rollerblades”.

Sometimes everything you want is directly in front of you, so why run in a different direction? Directly heard from the artist; singer-songwriter Rachel (Dady) explains:

“Rollerblades is a metaphor for that somewhat childish tendency to run away from a good thing. It’s about the realization that the special someone you’ve been searching for has been right in front of you the entire time.” – Rachel Dady

With their alternative spin on pop, Jesse and Rachel definitely came in strong with their fluttery synths and catchy lyrical melodies to tell the story of the song. “You leave me notes of love, I leave you in the dark – You gave your soul to take, I had my rollerblades”. The clever songwriters tell their story of running away from love in ways so unique that it leaves chills down your spine. Songwriter/producer Jesse tops it all and sells the song with unique futuristic sounds & outstanding commercial-ready production.

Release after release, became a hit after hit for Rachel and Jesse. The path of success is engraved in Dady’s career with every step these two talents take. So here you have it, your Rollerblades. Will you be rolling in, or rolling out from the next top Duo? Follow Dady and stay updated with their talent.

Stream “Dady – Rollerblades” bellow!

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