Japanese electronic dance music duo FEMM has spent the last year hard at work following the release of their 2017 studio album "80's/90's J-Pop Revival", and now we're finally seeing the fruits of that work. Last week saw the release of their latest EP, "dollhouse", as well as the release of their all-new music video for the EP's fourth-track, "Plastic". Produced by Manchester-based musician MYLK, the duo has been sharing that "Plastic" can be considered the group's all-new theme song.
Coming in at a total of seven tracks, the "dollhouse" EP was released in Japan earlier this month on August 4, 2018, and is available for both digital streaming and purchase. It's the duo's third major EP since they originally debuted back in 2013, and a massive expansion to their pre-existing library of sounds. Further details on the release can be seen below:
While I haven't been able to check out the "dollhouse" EP in full, the select tracks I have had a chance to listen to have been an absolute treat. Available now in Japan, further information on FEMM's latest release can be found via the duo's official website.
Title: FEMM - dollhouse
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01 untitled 01 (work in progress)
02 Dead Of Night (work in progress)
03 Up Up & Away
05 untitled 02 (work in progress)
06 Shibuya Ex Horologium (Adirector will write)
07 Boss (work in progress)