PREMIERE: SNAYX Release Electrifying New Video & Single False Friends

We are very excited to give our Why Generation? readers an exclusive look at False Friends, the new single and music video from the dynamic duo known as SNAYX.

"Exclusive to Why Generation?"

Check out the video below, an electrifying, and almost eerie capture, before its release on Friday 6th August!

Presave the single here:

Spotify: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/snayx/false-friends

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/false-friends-single/1577839326?uo=4&app=itunes&at=1001lry3&ct=dashboard

Film and Photography: Leila-Mae Rummery – Film and Visual – https://filmandvisual.com/
Audio Production: Josh Harrison
Audio Mastering: Dick Beetham – 360 Mastering

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