Febueder Release New Single “Reseau”

Today Febueder deliver the flawless and divine ‘Reseau’.  Along with the unveiling of the beautiful new track, the band reveal news of their debut album, titled ‘Tomalin Has Etched In’, which is due for release 24th April 2020.

Watch the enchanting video now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqNKufUBLxM&feature=emb_title

Listen to Reseau now on Soundcloud & Spotify

Speaking more on the track the band said: “Réseau was essentially realised in one day of recording. I had been flippantly toying with the ukulele a few days before and watched 3 episodes of Nicolas le Floch which is comparatively Sherlock Holmes in french, I also own three ukuleles so one was only fated to prevail.

The message in Reseau touches on an environmental awareness that the band sees as imperative in this current climate, “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.”

 Alongside the upcoming debut album, Febueder can be seen live at the following dates, stay tuned for European dates to be announced;

April 10

Lucerne, Switzerland

Volière

Apr 11

Zurich, Switzerland

Sender

Apr 27

London, UK

The Lexington

Apr 28

Manchester, UK

Yes Basement

Apr 29

Birmingham, UK

Sunflower Lounge

Apr 30

Bristol, UK

Louisiana

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