At a time when the environment has never been more of an issue of contention, one unassuming avant-indie two piece from Ascot have been making waves with their quiet call to arms for positive change.
Made up of vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist Samuel Keysel, Febueder (pronounced Fe-byou-der) have dropped the new song “Reseau” (which translates to”network” in French), taken from their debut album Tomalin Has Etched In.
“Réseau” quietly simmers into life with a textured folky production, showcased in the heartwarming DIY visuals, which sees the band going back to nature, and messing around by the seaside.
Febueder explains that the track is about “highlighting the consequences of our actions via our music is a gift that can lead to more expansive and enduring change. Just when I grow so wasteful, I can’t say I’m ungrateful’ – We’re not perfect, but aim to keep biocentrism as a pillar for positive change.”
Watch the music video for “Reseau” below…