Hailing from Ascot, UK, Febueder (pronounced Fe-byou-der) is comprised of vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist/multi-instrumentalist Samuel Keysell. Their latest single “Nea Kameni” constructs a parallel imagery of a relationship and volcano where they examine its grand presence that makes you never forget. The song is an ambient pop piece filled with erupting synths that sends an ambivalent flow of both heartache and awe. Enjoy:
“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,” explained Kieran. “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 track is the follow up of their debut album Tomalin Has Etched In, which was released earlier this year. They’ll be resuming their rescheduled tour in February, so stay tuned.
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