Ferdous Crafts an Intricate Soundscape on ‘Sad Nebula’
Ferdous is no stranger to the music industry. Not only has he performed at Khruangbin’s aftershow party in Amsterdam and confirmed his slot at Reeperbahn Festival just this year, but was in a successful pop duo called Klyne that played support slots with the likes of Metronomy and Christine and the Queens. His music experience is apparent in his recent track ‘Sad Nebula’. Textually the track is crafted using R&B rhythms, pulsating bass and soft vocals that ebb and flow in the release, creating a larger-than-life soundscape.
The mystery this creates is also apparent in live shows and makes his gigs extremely enjoyable. The three dimensional sound can take an audience on a journey and provide them with a gig experience they’ll never forget. Currently supporting S10 on tour across The Netherlands and also making his US debut at IndieWeek this month, his live performances continue to grow and develop even further.
Ferdous is prioritizing his own sound after various different projects, and judging by this release it will excite fans and passionate R&B listeners alike.