Kicking off 2021 in style, Felid debut EP 'Knowing You, Part One' follows the artists' successes of 2020 and shows off an exciting route down fizzy alt-pop.
Known for his evocative yet detailed take on one of the most complex sounds of music. The Bristol-based singer-songwriter and producer should not be ignored in a time of horror. Opening with the atmospheric sexual tension of 'Take It Off', the EP takes an alluring start; that creates a nostalgic tenderness that reminds listeners the forgotten feelings of lust.
From the provocative start, Felid slightly brings it down a notch with 'Blame'; opening to his mellow vocals yet keeping to his staple electrifying alt-pop production. Which then leads into the glimmering piano-led infused sonic 'Midnight Lover' that proves to be the perfect fitting of being the middle part of the five-track EP. As he captures listeners with his self-acclaimed creativity of unique soundscape and production, others should be warned of the newcomer.
Closing off with the euphoric synth-dominance of 'On Your Own', Felid's bass-heavy, 90s influenced 'Just This Once'- is the elegant ending to the intimate project.
From one end to the other, the rising artist sends listeners down a trap of psychedelic twists and turns that I for, one should be returning to.