Arrows wakes up to the BIGGEST heartbreak with “Hello Cheater”

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Heart wrenching yet full of energy!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Arrows new single “Hello Cheater” ft. The Lightyears Explode is an in-your-face garage rock song written from the perspective of one’s conscience addressing them after committing to an affair away from their significant other. For this song, Arrows tapped Mumbai-based punk/rock/pop band The Lightyears Explode to collaborate with.

I’ve been a fan of The Lightyears Explode for 10 years, the guys are heroes of mine. So, when they agreed to work on this song with me I was ecstatic, really honored that they said yes. Working with them was a breeze and they definitely helped capture the sound and feel of the song. I’d totally work with them again in a heartbeat.

Dave Britto

Dave Arrows’ latest single, “Hello Cheater,” is a lively callout directed at a nameless, faceless cheater who needs to pay for their wicked ways. The track opens with driving electric guitar riffs and heavy drum hits that really color the rest of the song. The whole event really does feel like a damning declaration of intent–this cheater has done the narrator dirty and they aren’t putting up with it any longer. 

Start streaming “Hello Cheater” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

David Britto began his collaborative project Arrows in 2018…

after playing bass for Bombay blues-rockers The Tripp and performing extensively at clubs across India as well as music festivals such as Bacardi NH7 Weekender and Sula Fest. While with the band, they released an EP called ’Superhuman’ in 2016.

Thereafter began David’s solo work as Arrows where he invites guest vocalists to feature on his songs. As Arrows, he began releasing music in 2019 and has collaborated with artists such as Vernon Noronha, Siddharth Basrur and Raghav Meattle. When David is not composing or performing, he writes about and on the indie music scene for Rolling Stone India. He also runs a successful podcast series called My First Record. 

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