FTSE originally began by experimenting with dark and downtempo, moody electronica, blending elements of hip hop, R&B and left field pop. Releasing the first 2 FTSE EP’s in 2013, tracks Float, Tidal Wave and St Tropez all received good support from UK radio. Resulting in a prestigious Maida Vale session and a slot at Bestival.2014’s Love Un Ltd EP saw the sound move to a darker place, a change in vocal delivery and content dealing with themes of emptiness, political negligence and general disdain for mainstream society, setting the tone for what was to come.FTSE’s debut full length Joyless was finally released in 2015, a brave and unique exercise in world music inspired socio-political pop. Recorded in the UK, Europe and the Caribbean, it was without doubt the most challenging

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