We Three Reveal New Single ’50 Shades Of Pink’ From Their Latest Album ‘Happy’

We Three seems like a unique secret for the rising army of fans who have found them because they possess timeless lyrics, daring alt-pop productions, and highly competent musicianship. This is because We Three has these qualities.

It is about time for We Three to make a significant breakthrough on the international stage! That opportunity presents itself with the release of We Three’s newest album, titled “Happy

The band has shared the music video for the fan-favourite track “50 Shades of Pink” to commemorate the album’s release in physical form. The song explores life’s most profound emotions, such as being rejected, struggling with identity, and being alone.

The single “50 Shades of Pink” solidifies the band’s position as one of the most significant new sounds to emerge from the United States. It features a haunting hook that echoes for a long time after the song has ended, and it is accompanied by a music video that is both flawless and brilliantly styled.

Their third studio album, titled “Happy” is the result of Manny’s desire to compose songs that are incredibly personal and come straight from the heart. This quality has allowed them to connect with their rapidly growing fans continuously.

It’s simply ageless lyrics, open-hearted honesty, and razor-sharp alt-pop music; there are no gimmicks. The fact that a sold-out audience sang the song back to them only one day after they uploaded a preview for the single is evidence that it contains an immediate appeal.

The band’s social media following is expanding at a pace that is comparable to exponential growth, with current streams in excess of 168 million! Their TikTok account has amassed a following of 1.2 million users at this point!

MrrrDaisy is the Owner of Music Arena Gh.  As a graphic designer, blogger and social media expert, he is a confident and creative designer who is self-motivated, self-sufficient and comes to you with a strong background in both print and digital media. He currently lives and studies Digital Media at Nottingham College, United Kingdom.

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