If you're a fan of The Bachelor, you know how the show can swirl one through a slew of emotions in just one episode. That sentiment is precisely why Adam Friedman's latest track makes total sense to include in a Feb. 13 episode just before Valentine's Day when emotions are highest.
Fuse is happy to premiere "What If," the latest track from the rising singer-songwriter following songs like "Sad" and his Mike Posner collaboration "Lemonade." Friedman's latest takes the listener inside the internal monologues we all go through when we meet someone incredible. The Santa Monica singer opens the track pondering over sparse piano chords, "What If I didn't meet you last night? / What if I didn't? / What if we never got drunk that day? / Talkin' 'bout shit, I'll never forget" before throwing all worries aside on the surging electro-pop chorus, "I don't need no religion / Darling, you're enough to believe in."
We have a feeling some of The Bachelor contestants—and their fans—will totally get this sentiment.
"This song transcends religion and partisan beliefs," Friedman tells Fuse of "What If," that is included on his upcoming Green EP, out on Friday, Feb. 10. "It merges love with religion. The two most colossal subject matters in human history coming together in my own personal Big Bang in the shape of a song.”
Take a listen to Adam's explosive song above and look out for him performing the track on The Bachelor on Feb. 13. Keep your eye on the singer throughout 2017 as his Green EP drops on Feb. 10, and he'll also contribute new music to Luke Wilson and J.K. Simmons' upcoming movie, Rock Dog. In the meantime, watch the video to his Mike Posner–assisted "Lemonade" below: