Eat London’s electronic artist and producer FNP (Fake Name Preferably) is back and ready to take you to new heights with his zesty new single, which will surely put you in the mood to move. The new track “Too Late” is a feel-good piece of nu-wave disco, which FNP describes as “a kind of retro, disco style track,” that is both groovy and soulful.
“It’s important to challenge yourself with every release. Too many producers get stagnant” – FNP
Drifting in between the realms of techno, electronica and experimental, FNP is becoming known for his unique take on electronic club music with minimally designed, eclectic beats, which Thump Magazine described as evoking “pastel visions of summer sunsets.”
In his latest work “Too Late” there’s a strong 80’s undercurrent within the track, as disco-synth orchestral elements blend with more modernised club influences. Psychedelic filter sweeps, a dense sub-base and retro vocals guide the track through a sultry jam-sesh of experimentalism. The result is an inquisitive, euphoric new track to add to FNP’s already engrossing back-catalogue of club bangers.