Today Febueder return with their haunting and cinematic new cut ‘Nea Kameni’. The new single follows the band’s standout performances of Réseau and Morning Yawn on COLORS last month. Known for their unique and expressive style, Febueder walk the listener into another world with this intricately crafted, mature new track - born from an extended vacation in Greece which sparked metaphorical inspiration.
Speaking more on the track, Kieran shares: "It began as a vacation lament due to airport strikes in Greece. My wife and I stayed at Santorini for an additional week, so we visited the volcano, Nea Kameni.
Nea Kameni was geographically a part of Santorini once. It's like a relationship that breaks up, but you're still in sight of that person, still in awe of that person."
The video was filmed by Olivia Weincke on the Island of Santorini. The dancing silhouette a metaphor for a past memory swirling in one’s mind. Still in sight but out of reach.
Febueder (pronounced Fe-byou-der) is an avant-indie duo hailing from Ascot, UK. The band is made up of vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist/multi-instrumentalist Samuel Keysell. Their name is more than a made-up appellation, it’s the palette from which they present their emotionally deft songwriting and progressive approach to rhythm and melody.
Earlier this year Febueder released their debut album ‘Tomalin Has Etched In’. Since 2013, this innovative group has been on ever-evolving journey which has received much critical acclaim, including nods from the likes of NME, DIY, Complex, Wonderland, Clash and The Line of Best Fit.
Like many artists, Febueder have had to postpone their upcoming tour (see dates and venues below) due to the Corona outbreak. Follow the band on social media for rescheduling and updates; Instagram / Facebook / Spotify
Catch 'Nea Kameni' on all listening platforms (also available to download) here: