Fefe preps for release of sophomore album

    Fefe Dobson’s back, ya’ll! Time to get back in touch with your inner rocker girl, because her upcoming album, titled Joy, is guaranteed to have you jammin’ like nobody’s business.
     
    The biracial Canadian beauty, who first stepped on the scene with “Take Me Away,” takes us to a new place with the first single from Joy. “Stuttering” has a lighter sound than the song that put her on the American map, but the edgy sound that we know and love is still very much present.
     
    When we caught up with Fefe, she shared her excitement about her new album and all the fun that comes with it. The title may seem simple, but there was a lot of meaning behind it. 


     
    “It’s taken me about four-and-a-half years to get this record out, and the whole process of it was very liberating and therapeutic and I just thought it was fitting to call it Joy because, you know, while making this album it was very joyful,” she said. “I was surrounded by positive people.” 


     
    All that positivity must have worked, because if “Stuttering” is any indication, this is bound to be a great return onto the scene for Fefe. While the video isn’t available quite yet (according to Fefe, she’d be filming the music video this week!), we were able to get a clip so you could check it out and tell us what you think!
     

     
    Fun Fact: If this song sounds familiar, you may have caught it on “Hellcats,” the popular CW show that features another one of our faves, Robbie Jones. The high-energy sound was perfect for the cheer-tastic TV show. It’s not the only Fefe song you’ll hear on the series, though. “Rockstar” she created just for the show, and premiered on the season premiere. While she hasn’t gotten a chance to catch the show yet, she has seen clips and she says, “it looked like a lot of fun!”
     
    So, Fefe fanatics, if you’re ready for more from this spunky rocker, check out her latest tracks when Joy drops November 9 in Canada and November 30 in the US.

     

     

    – Ariana Gordon

     

     

     

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