After a few years of establishing themselves on the live scene, with performances at London’s iconic venues (The Garage, Camden Assembly, The 229 and more)  and touring in Europe (Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland), FVRmind will finally release the highly anticipated single Obscure. 


On a very serious and important note. We need to stand in solidarity and put an end to racism. Black Lives Matter! ‘Obscure’ will be available for purchase on Bandcamp on the 10th of June, all profit will be donated to Black Lives Matter UK (BLMUK) fundraiser. 

FVRmind is the brainchild of Swedish artist and songwriter Iona Isabella accompanied by guitarist Marcus Kearsey, bassist Rocco Macchia and drummer Oliver Overgaard. They create melancholic trip-hop inspired alternative rock with Scandinavian folk influences, carving out their own place in the music industry, FVRmind has been compared to the sounds of Björk, Massive Attack, FKA Twigs and Portishead

‘Obscure’ is the most dramatic track taken from their forthcoming EP, transporting us into a world of emotional down-tempo beats, atmospheric soundscapes and powerful vocals in dripping ambient reverb. Iona explains the track: ‘’Obscure explores an inner war of emotions. Especially in times like these, in isolation, not knowing what the future holds, we find ourselves stuck fighting battles in our own minds. Desperate to find a way to cope and to stay sane in an insane world.’’

FVRmind’s intimate live performances and edgy sonical arrangements have already taken the them around several of the iconic London live venues and given them the opportunity to play in other European cities: Basel, Switzerland (Sommercasino, Jukebox), Sweden (Lund) and Danmark, Copenhagen (VEGA). Now, finally releasing music, Obscure is the first track from their debut EP that will be released during 2020. 

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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