ViVii Releases Dream Pop Song Written on Day of “Fibromyalgia” Diagnoses

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The Swedish pop trio ViVii is is out with some new jams and will embark on a US tour starting in late September. Their latest single to drop is titled “Fibromyalgia” and follows two other singles that they have released in 2019. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder but the lyrics of the song actually have nothing to do with the illness itself. It was just what was in one of the band members heads at the time of writing the song. The band says “Fibromyalgia has nothing really to do with the lyrics in the song. The day this song was written, Emil was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and it was both sad gave some relief. With that diagnose in mind, this Fleetwood Mac inspired song was born.” The song does sound like a classic rock song, and could easily fit into the psychedelic rock era. The vocals float over the dreamy music that fills the soul with good vibes. ViVii is quickly building a following and is being placed on Spotify playlists and will tour in the United States later this year. Some of their songs have over a million streams, and most of their songs are in the hundred thousands already. All of their success is well deserved. They have a unique sound that blends both classic rock era music and modern music to create something fresh. Enjoy this chill song on Spotify and don’t miss them when they visit your city!

US tour Dates: 
September 19 – San Diego (CA) Soda Bar
September 21 – Las Vegas (NV) Life Is Beautiful Festival
September 23 – Los Angeles (CA) – The Echo
September 25 – San Francisco (CA) Popscene at Rickshaw Stop
September 27 – Portland (OR) Bunk Bar
September 29 – Seattle (WA) High Dive
October 1 – Brooklyn (NY) Baby’s All Right
October 2 – Washington (DC) DC9
October 4 – Chicago (IL) Schubas Tavern

More ways to find them:

twitter.com/Vivii_official 
facebook.com/vivii.music 
instagram.com/vivii.official 


Written by Ryan Cassata

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