Music in Beta presents Femme
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FEMME is a one-woman creative powerhouse who incorporates music, art, film and fashion into a compelling art-pop package. Having come to prominence after fronting Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich’s Ultraísta supergroup, an adventure that saw her perform on David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon, support Flying Lotus, and be remixed by Four Tet, Matthew Herbert and David Lynch, she’s now best known for her sparky and sassy solo work, which is equally informed by ’60s girl groups, MIA, Debbie Harry and Cindy Sherman. FEMME recently dropped her ‘Fever Boy’ single to serious acclaim, not least from BBC 6 Music DJ Lauren Laverne and notorious celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, who were among the many people won over by her playful avant-pop aesthetic.
Her unique, eye-catching style – she directs all her own videos and designs all the artwork, as well as writing and producing all the music – has also seen her attract the attention of various key figures in the fashion industry, soundtracking two Stella McCartney collections and being featured by French Connection, adidas NEO and boohoo.com global sync. 2014 has already seen FEMME pick up the prestigious ‘International Emerging Talent’ trophy at the MUSEXPO Awards in L.A., and perform on a stellar line-up at Coachella, kicking off a festival spree that will see her drop in at The Great Escape, Camden Crawl, Festibelly, Vida Festival in Spain and Amsterdam’s Milkshake Festival. In between dates she’ll be gearing up for the release of her debut album, and will release her next single, the gloriously addictive ‘High’, will be out in Autumn 2014. Prepare to get hooked…
“Set to be your favourite pop star crush” Mail Online
“A New Voice for the Girl-Pop Revolution” New York Times
“Big, ferocious avant-pop” Wonderland Magazine
“One woman powerhouse” Annie Mac BBC Radio One
“South London electro pop sensation” NME