More Than Just Survival, Mannequin Duo FEMM’s Sophomore Album is an 80s/90s J-POP REVIVAL
What mannequin rap duo FEMM have learned since their 2014 debut album FEMM-Isation is so vital, and their sophomore album is more than just survival – this is an 80s/90s J-POP REVIVAL.
Released digitally on October 18th and physically a week later on October 25th, 80s/90s J-POP REVIVAL will be “a FEMMish edgy attempt to discover new things by studying the past through scrutiny of the old” – or, in layman’s terms, FEMM will be updating classic J-Pop hits with contemporary pop sounds.
Boasting production from MYLK (Monstercat, Krewella, Slushii) and grime/trap producers Radical Hardcore Clique (Diplo, NERVO) the covers are sure to take on an interesting, futuristic sound the mannequins have become synonymous with. Perched!
Check out the artwork, designed by London based designer Max Prentis, and the tracklist for 80s/90s J-POP REVIVAL:
- My Revolution feat. Akina, Anna & Mikako from FAKY
- CANDY GIRL
- 淋しい熱帯魚 (Samishii Nettaigyo)
- すみれ September Love (Sumire September Love)
- There will be love there -愛のある場所- (–Ai no aru basho–)
- Dear Friends
- 浪漫飛行 (Roman Hiko)
- 卒業 (Sotsugyo)
- BELIEVE IN LOVE
- SEVEN DAYS WAR
- 今夜はブギー・バック (nice vocal) feat. Lil’ Fang from FAKY & Yup’in (Konya wa Boogie Back)
Listen to FEMM‘s latest single from 80s/90s J-POP REVIVAL, “卒業/浪漫飛行” (Sotsugyo / Roman Hiko), now:
You still have just over two weeks to order some wig glue – don’t say I didn’t warn you!