What keeps Ascot-based alt-pop duo Febueder such an intriguing and captivating band is the fact that they’re unafraid to switch things up with each release. From their very first EP’s to their recent debut album ‘Tomalin, Has Etched In’, the pair have continued to evolve and expand their artistry whilst maintaining that signature Febueder flavour in their songwriting and instrumentation. Earlier this week, the band presented a spectacular rendition of ‘Réseau’ where they showcased a more gentle and delicate side to their work.
As part of their COLORS ENCORE performance, the band take us back to 2017 and deliver an equally enchanting version of ‘Morning Yawn’ which is lifted from their EP ‘From An Album’. Together, lead vocalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist Samuel Keysel showcase the grittier and spirited side to their music as the track encompasses a subtle but present groove. Dive into ‘Morning Yawn’ above and don’t forget to watch the band’s main show if you haven’t already done so.