I’ve started saying fascinating a lot. Sorry. But I really like it. And it works for me. Because I get caught up in things. Like grainy photos on flickr, Russian synth-pop and my everlasting quest for new music. It’s what brought me to Fan Death. And yes, they’re fascinating too.
Yet despite the intriguing mystique around the band – obscured press photos, beguiling lyrics – Fan Death’s music hits like a bullet. From the vacant, hollow-eyed vocals, to the classy disco beats, to the irresistible hooks, Fan Death are an instantaneous love. You’ll be strutting to the shimmering disco steez of Veronica’s Veil and The Son Will Rise, nodding your head to the cosmic-funk of The Best Night and you’ll be trying to wrap your head around the warped dream that is The Constellations.
Already getting loved on by notable blogs like Gorilla vs Bear, Hipster Runoff and Hyperbole, and securing producer du jour Erol Alkan (Long Blondes, Mystery Jets, Late Of The Pier) to helm their next single, Fan Death are making all the right moves now. So get wise kids. Fan Death won’t stay a secret much longer.