Sisters and singer-songwriter duo Siham andIman Hashibuild intricate sonic worlds under their musical identity of FAARROW, delivering a smooth blend of sultry vocals and hazy, layered instrumentation on latest single “Dreams.”
Dreams are a window into the joys and frustrations from our time awake and that’s the message carried by the dreamy Afro-chill number, hinged on the fantasy-laden theme of a dream world so real that you can’t tell if you’re dreaming or not.
With husky vocal lines floating over a delicate production, the track which was written by both sisters hold dual meanings, drawn from their individual perspectives.
Speaking of the track, they explain, “For Siham, it’s about a soulmate connection that shows up in your dreams every night that is so vivid, real and hard to shake. For Iman, it was about continuing our journey as Faarrow and “Dream” of singing and performing.”
Born in Mogadishu, Somalia, the sisters who fled their homes with family to escape civil war and relocated to Toronto, have nurtured a hidden talent and passion for music since their early teens. Breaking out of the culture barriers which saw their craft as taboo, the steadily rising act have from strength to strength in their musical journey as they head into much-deserved stardom.