"Sad Nebula", the new track from Ferdous, is a stark example of how to break boundaries as an up-and-coming artist. It’s a track filled with euphoric synths, hallucinogenic reverbs and sonic sounds that blend with the R&B genre in a unique way. Bursting with creativity, Ferdous has set out a clear pathway with his new single, and it's no surprise that his influences are wide-ranging.
Ferdous’s ambition for creativity in music comes as no strange quest for him. After his first success as one half of the pop duo Klyne, strongly supported by Metronomy and Christine and the Queens, he turned to a solo career to pursue his own creative narrative. It’s clear to see he is creating a compelling and captivating aura around himself, with his fan base spreading across the internet. With Sad Nebula, warming synth sounds bring out this sense of aura which is emphasized by nostalgic guitar licks coated with lush reverbs.
Catch Ferdous on Tour:
Support for S10's Netherlands Tour
2 June – Nijmegen 3 June – Tilburg 9 June – Haarlem 17 June – Utrecht 24 June – Amsterdam –
13-16 June – A2IM IndieWeek – New York 22 September – Reeperbahn Festival – Hamburg, DE