Nikki White Shares New Single ‘Fairweather Friends’

Canadian alt-pop singer and songwriter NIkki White has just shared her brand new single Fairweather Friends, a 90s-infused piece of indie/dark-pop music. 
I am very fond of the 90s vibes and how confident and passionate Nikki White's vocal delivery is, soaring effortlessly over the upbeat production. Fairweather Friends is a song about how some old friends weren't there for you when you needed them the most so it's time to let go of them. This message is wrapped around a captivating production with killer, infectious guitar riffs and steady drums that enhance the emotion pouring from her vocals and infuse the song with a memorable dose of energy and confidence.

Accompanying the release, Nikki White has shared its gorgeous music video, directed by Alexander Sworik, which beautifully captures the song's energy and message. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song and video, Nikki White said, 
I wrote FWF in LA with my two friends Jordyn Kane and Aaron Blackmar. When I went into the session I had an idea about writing a song with the words Fairweather friends. I got the idea from my boyfriend the night before actually. I was complaining about some old friends and how they ditched me when things got bad and he told me to “let go of those Fairweather friends.” I think he got the phrase from the Kadhja Bonet song haha. 
The video was a collaboration between myself and the director, Alexander Sworik. Our main goal was to capture the feeling you got watching Much Music videos on a Sunday morning. We went into the shoot with a loose plan and lots of energy. We spent the day running around our hometown, stealing shots and filming everything and anything we thought looked cool. My friend in the video is actually my best friend in real life. We’ve been best friends for over 22 years.