Pfau did find love, the old fashioned way: introduced to his current girlfriend through a mutual friend. This obvious exception to the rule is reflected well on his new single “Lo-Fi”, a disco-tinged, upbeat jam about spending quality time with your partner, slowing things down. “I wrote ‘Lo-Fi’ about being good to the one you love, being good to yourself, and really connecting. Single or not, so many of us are exhausted by technology. This song is about taking back control, letting your hair down, chilling out, being present and in love.”
The notion of being present and loving has driven Pfau’s approach to music since his 2015 debut on the national stage on NBC’s The Voice: Season 8. On the show, Pfau aligned with kindred spirits: Pharrell Williams, Lionel Richie, and Nate Ruess, to hone his craft and define his message. In addition to writing and recording music, Pfau headlined a 2018 national anti-bullying tour, and has made two week-long service trips to Guatemala.
Pfau is hopeful that “Lo-Fi” will break through as a feel-good anthem and lift peoples’ spirits.