Life Of Dillon’s Sun-Dappled “Only Fools Fall In Love” Video: Premiere
UK duo Life Of Dillon seemingly came out of nowhere with “Overload” in 2015. The catchy track was warmly embraced by pop radio and racked up more than 50 million accumulative streams. They followed it up with their debut EP, Prologue, and then joined Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth on tour. They have released a couple of tunes since then (including last year’s cheeky “Sex For Breakfast”), but Joe Femi and David Keiffer step it up with the instantly catchy “Only Fools Fall In Love.”
A breezy bop about commitment phobia, “Only Fools Fall In Love” charms with its relatable lyrics and Africa influences (Joe’s mother is Nigerian). “Writing this song was like therapy for us,” he explains. “I had feelings for somebody bottled up for a long time. I kept fighting those feelings, and eventually ended up losing her. I know there’s a lot of people who can relate. We hope this helps our fans realize it’s ok to have feelings for somebody, and to own those feelings.”
“Our new music is a new direction for us,” David adds. “We’re being more vulnerable, honest and more true to ourselves than we ever have before. We’re going to be releasing a lot more music over the summer, and hope that fans can relate to the different situations we’ve been through.” We’re excited to premiere the sunny video below.