Foley is the late night conversations, not-so-existential crises & the genuinely unbreakable friendship of 20-somethings Ash Wallace and Gabriel Everett. Honest to a fault, Foley have quickly picked up a fanbase of young like-minded listeners for their confessions of love, loss and learning.
With a sibling-like closeness at their core, their transparency with each other and their audience makes for a hilarious, emotionally authentic and carefree relationship that will have you laughing and crying in the same breath. The pair have developed a strong point of view as commentators of millennial doubt and confusion. They have never shied from laying bare the stark challenge of navigating love and relationships in your 20s, attempting to piece together some sense around the madness.
Foley’s latest release, “Better Than Love,” reflects on love moving too fast. The imagery paints a picture that millennials and gen Z-ers can relate to all too well when navigating through new feelings, expectations, and fears of diving in too hard. The gorgeous vocals on this track really hits home.