OPIA's Got 'Secrets' To Share, And They're Good

    Feat. Sam Fischer

    by Hayden Manders · April 19, 2017

    Photo courtesy of OPIA

    One of the most humbling yet vulnerable parts of any relationship is when your secrets become another's truth. Sharing in confidence breeds trust which, in turn, establishes a strong foundation to build upon. As Sam Fischer sings in OPIA's latest song, "Secrets," sharing your secrets can feel like home.

    "['Secrets'] was one of the first songs we wrote when we moved out to L.A.," OPIA says. "On our first day in the studio with Sam, we spent several hours just talking about life and relationships, and ended up writing lyrics for 'Secrets' in less than an hour. It felt like it captured something we had been talking about all day, specifically how relationships get more special when you start to share pieces of yourself with someone else that no one has seen before."

    It's a slick dance track from the indie electronic group, headstrong and sexy. Fischer's voice is infinitely smooth, amplifying "Secrets" to smash-hit levels. Like OPIA's debut single, "Falling," "Secrets" is going to take off. Where's that Fade EP, boys?

    Catch OPIA on tour with Marian Hill this summer.

    • May 22 at Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY,
    • May 23 at Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    • May 24 at Royale, Boston, MA
    • May 25 at 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
    • May 30 at St. Andrew's Hall, Detroit, MI
    • May 31 at Schubas Tavern, Chicago, IL(not with Marian Hill)
    • June 1 at First Avenue and 7th St Entry - Minneapolis, MN
    • June 2 at Kansas City Power & Light District, Kansas City, MO
    • June 3 at Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO
    • June 6 at Venue Nightclub, Vancouver, BC, Canada
    • June 7 at The Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA
    • June 8 at McMenamin's Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR
    • June 10 at Shoreline Amphitheater - Mountain View (not with Marian Hill)
    • June 14 at Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, CA
    • June 15 at Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, CA
    • June 17 at The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
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