- Release Date 2015-10-16
- Label Nang
- Catalog NANG145
The album seamlessly darts from leftfield electronic-art pop to dance floor energizers to downtempo soundscapes. What is for sure however is the song-writing is key in each track. The package all hangs together with a production sheen which is polished, adventurous and accomplished.
The album opens up with the guitar driven mood piece â€œOver Meâ€ featuring Karla Gonzalez. Sounding like a cross between an Anthony and The Johnsons album track and a smoldering Carly Simon album track from 1978 it opens up the album with the lightest of touches. All before heading to locked on groove territory with â€œFind Outâ€ and â€œCreature Of The Nightâ€ (sounding like the Scissor Sisters taking a funk lesson).
Next is recent single â€œDowntown Girlâ€, which mixes a solid European dance floor groove with a touch of New York / DFA indie 1982 nu-wave. â€œRite Thereâ€is another song piece, this time driven by smooth picked acoustic guitar and a sublime vocal. â€œEmptyâ€ adds touches of Zero 7 and Ibiza and â€œJungle Lightâ€ and â€œDonâ€™t Let Goâ€ take things to a funkier plane.
â€œThe Feelingâ€ is a pure Nang sound.. stabby synth, rolling disco synths and punchy bassline.. .all wrapped up with a smooth vocal. â€œCanâ€™t Hide Itâ€ is next bringing the emotive song to the for once more before we finish proceedings with the uptempo â€œWonderâ€ with its 80â€™s synth stomper greatness.
Catch Future Feelings on the Road in South America and beyond and stay tuned for more singles from the Mexican wonder team here on Nang