Belot Shares New Single ‘Fake Phone Calls’

London-based singer and songwriter Belot has just shared her brand new single Fake Phone Calls, an upbeat piece of electro-pop music about that awkward moment when you ran into an ex (or someone you don't want to talk) and pretend to be on the phone. 
Out now via Submarine Cat Records, Fake Phone Calls is the latest single to be taken from her eagerly-awaited new EP Harmless Fun and continues to showcase her knack to deliver relatable storytelling over upbeat, electro-pop melodies. I am really enjoying the tone of her voice and how her vocal delivery glides effortlessly over the infectious production that features a memorable driving beat that is seamlessly intertwined with lush synths and rich and flamboyant textures that create an overall warm, feel-good atmosphere.



Speaking about the new track, she said, 
‘Fake phone calls’ is an unfortunately true tale about when I almost physically ran into my ex whilst walking with my new partner. In order to do anything and everything to avoid the hellish interaction, I fumbled and pretended to be on the phone and of course my phone decided to ring at that very moment, so I panicked and crossed the road… She pretended she didn’t see me and the whole thing was the stuff of nightmares.