Philly-based duo, Rubber are celebrating good times with friends with their new single, “Fries & Wings“. The track, which serves as an ode to drunk food and the friends you eat it with is accompanied by a music video filmed at Philly’s own “Tattooed Mom”, a queer owned bar and community space. Watch the fun video now below.
“This song is my Mariah Carey slow-groove club anthem” said vocalist Andrew Loper, “We want this song to feel like that moment during a wild night out where you access a sliver of peace, when you feel at home in the chaos of a drunken crowd”.
Rubber, comprised of singer-lyricist, Andrew Loper, and producer/multi-instrumentalist, John Della Franco expertly blends multiple genres like R&B, funk, jazz and soul to create a one of a kind soundscape. Formed during the duo’s time at Temple University in 2018, they started out writing music for fun, but after performing for the first time together in a campus coffee shop, they were signed to the Temple University Record Label and released their first single to critical acclaim sending them up and down the East Coast.