Singer/songwriter, producer, director and activist Freddie Fiction ‘Lie To Me’ audio premiere
20 May 2022
The man of many faces, Freddie Fiction, British-born New Zealand/Pakistani singer/songwriter, producer, award-winning director, and social activist, premiers a compelling new pop single, 'Lie To Me.'
Listening to Freddie Fiction is a whole start to finish experience. You're instantly hooked to the melodic chorus with the first listen of 'Lie To Me.' A classic Freddie Fiction move is camouflaging a deeper meaning via catchy lyrics. The core of 'Lie To Me' has a dark romantic twist, suggesting sometimes it is better to live in denial than face the painful truth.
Previously, Fiction has addressed tough subjects and societal issues, such as his first single, 'Just Let Me Breathe,' released in December of 2020, which focused on the Black Lives Matter movement. The follow-up release 'Avenger' encapsulated a powerful tribute to the strong women in one's life by using superhero metaphors in the lyrics.
'Lie To Me' was composed and produced by Freddie Fiction and mixed by Bob Horn, a multi-platinum-selling and Grammy Award-winning Producer and Mixing Engineer in Los Angeles.
Prior to inhabiting the Freddie Fiction moniker, he was known in a parallel life as South Asian pop star Haroon, who sold millions of singles, and albums and has performed at large venues such as the iconic Wembley Arena.
Step into the Freddie Fiction experience and prepare to be wooed.
About Freddie Fiction
Born in London to a New Zealand mother and Pakistani father, Freddie Fiction was known in a parallel life, as South Asian pop star Haroon. Over the years, he sold millions of singles and albums worldwide and has performed at large venues such as the iconic Wembley Arena.
After a decade of success with Haroon, he founded Unicorn Black animation studios and reinvented himself as a Peabody award-winning and Emmy nominated director/producer of the female superhero animated action comedy TV series Burka Avenger. He created the series in response to girls education being limited by extremists. The show was filled with women empowerment and anti-discrimination themes. The TV series won critical acclaim and awards, going on to be dubbed in ten languages with four season of 52 episodes being broadcast on TV in multiple countries.
Finally, as Freddie Fiction, the man of many faces, aims to share with the world songs taken from the 1,000 English compositions he has written over the last decade. "Lie To Me" is the first of many major releases to come. It's time to enter the Freddie Fiction experience.