Track Review – ‘Fake’ by Callum Ross

After only playing at his debut show supporting American singer Jake Miller last month in Glasgow, hometown talent Callum Ross is bringing something fresh to the Glasgow music scene with some Electronic Hip-Pop on his debut release Fake.

With Ross’ influences including Bon Iver, Chance The Rapper and Frank OceanFake is a strong debut considering the song sounds like Ross has been in the game for a while. This song sounds like if The Chainsmokers and Troye Sivan were to collaborate and make a record and it would be an absolute hit. Fake‘s electronic aspect pulls you in makes you listen to what Ross has to say. A debut which is extremely superb, Fake is anything but fabricated. An extremely real, honest single which gets a big thumb up in our books.

You can catch Callum supporting fellow singer-songwriter Tom Walker at his gig at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow on May 16th. Tickets can be purchased here.

Listen to Fake in full here.

Words by Tracey Faye McIntyre


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