Rising psych-pop duo Feng Suave seem to have beamed down from a different planet.
The reality is a little more prosaic: forming in Amsterdam, the pair's exquisite but otherworldly songwriting is born from true friendship, from feeling comfortable to explore any idea, no matter how outlandish.
Releasing their debut EP and completely selling out their first headline shows, it's been a big, bold, successful year for the duo, but there's another twist in store.
New single 'Venus Flytrap' was prompted by their experiences over the past 12 month, with those gorgeous melodies lingering alongside some puzzling word-play.
Feng Suave comment: "'Venus Flytrap' is our new single, inspired personally as well as from our band experiences over last year - playing our first ever shows and releasing our debut EP."
"The lyrics describe a story of love, where the protagonist sings of himself as 'just a bug stuck in a venus flytrap' - in which he'll eventually die. It's not that dark of a song, however the lyrics are rather sad and emotional. We wanted to share a bit of that creepy, unsettling feeling, whilst not coming across too dark."
Glorious psych-pop with a dark edge, 'Venus Flytrap' is a curiously catchy beast, something that isn't ignored lightly.
Tune in now.
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