Brighton, England electronic trio Fujiya & Miyagi are back, and better than ever. The group shares news via Brooklyn Vegan of plans for an April 7th release, for their anticipated “self-titled” LP. With that said, F&M give fans and listeners alike a little something to nibble on over the next few months by way of their new single “Solitaire”.
The single is a sexy-ish dance track that probes at something a bit deeper; hidden, yet becoming increasingly more innate in human expectations and societal behaviors. Frontman David Best says, “The album is a really strong resistance to societies compulsion to suck the energy out of everything. It’s a really good thing to provide an antidote to all the scary stuff that is going on, even if it’s just for 5 minutes.”
Solitaire, even if it is just shy of four-minutes long, does indeed succeed in bringing something much more compelling, as promised by Best. Energy oozes from the seams of the sonic demeanor brought out in the track. And, more importantly, Solitaire leaves many on the edge of their seats to hear more from this killer group of musical renegades!
Get the new record on April 7th, and in the meantime stream the single, Solitaire, right here below.
“Self-Titled” LP track listing
01. Magnesium Flares
02. Serotonin Rushes
04. To The Last Beat of My Heart
05. Extended Dance Mix
06. Outstripping (The Speed of Light)
08. Freudian Slips
09. Impossible Objects of Desire
10. Synthetic Symphonies