Japanese mannequin rap duo FEMM release a new single and video on April 9 – ‘Keep It Cool’, a rap track with elements of UK garage, 2-step and a fresh, jazzy take on future bass. As with FEMM’s recent releases ‘Come & Go’, ‘Peach’ and ‘Dead Of Night’, it has a music video set in the virtual city of New Tokyo in the year 20XX.
‘Keep It Cool’ music video:
FEMM’s music video for their March release, ‘Sugar Rush’, was featured on the British music and fashion site Notion. They were also interviewed by the culture magazine Wonderland, which described them as having an “unmissable and unique sound”. On Spotify, ‘Sugar Rush’ was included in playlists such as ‘Pop Hits’, ‘Dark Pop’ and ‘The Best Indie Pop’, exposing Western music fans to the pop charms of FEMM.
Check out the unreal unicycle dance performance in the video for ‘Sugar Rush’:
Following on from FEMM’s EP ‘404 Not Found’, with its diverse range of tracks, now is the perfect time to immerse yourself in FEMM’s left-field utopia.
For Europe: https://smarturl.it/femm-keep-it-cool
English information: https://jpurecords.com/femm
Agents (FEMM’s fans) around the world can catch FEMM’s acoustic livestream series on Instagram every Friday night (US time) – full details can be found on their official Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/femm____/
Official website: https://femms.jp/