Dark pop act Miss FD releases new 3-track EP ‘As Above, So Below’ – And it’s a good one !
(Photo by MWC / Art retouch by Eugene Noir) Fort Lauderdale, FL based electro gothic act Miss FD has released her brand-new dark pop EP “As Above, So Below”.
Influenced and inspired by Göbekli Tepe, a Neolithic archaeological site near the city of Sanliurfa in Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey, “As Above, So Below” sees the project including ancient middle eastern textures injected on the EP. Not all that surprising we have always thought here at Side-Line that her vocals are a perfect match with middle eastern ingredients. Add to that some vocal resemblances with the Norwegian act Bel Canto on “Summoning” and you’ll realize we are a fan of this release.
The single has 3 tracks, the super excellent “Summoning” followed by “The Veil” and the title track “As Above, So Below”.
About Miss FD
Miss FD is an underground electronic musician, artist, singer, songwriter, producer, and performer. The project began in 2009 and has since known a constant output debuting with the single “Together Forever”. It was followed-up in 2010 with her seminal debut album “Monsters in the Industry”.
From 2010 to 2017, Miss FD went on to release a string of singles including “Love Magic”, “Down in the Dungeon”, “Infatuated”, “Cry For You (Haunted)”, “Unraveling”, and “Electropop Sickle”. She also released two more albums, 2011’s “Love Never Dies” and 2013’s “Comfort for the Desolate”.
In 2018 followed the industrial-rock album “Transcendence”. The seven-track album also included a collaboration with Vulture Culture, whom she would further collaborate with on the singles “Ashes Of Stars”, “Spitfire”, and “Faster Than Light”.
Following her 2020 singles “Keep Going” and “Pandemic 2020”, Miss FD released her three-song EP “Adore”, and the single “Your Core”, which were heavily infused with futuristic and cyberpunk elements.
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