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FKJ - Why Are There Boundaries
Apr 02, 2017
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Now here's a smoothe song to ease you into Sunday.

FKJ is known best for his seductive, beat-based electro-soul. However, on new single "Why Are There Boundaries", synths and buzzing rhythms are replaced with thoughtful guitar licks and existential lyrics. The folk track certainly shows off his softer side, and frankly, it's pretty lovely.

FKJ or French Kiwi Juice (or real name Vincent Fenton) the artist recently released his eponymous debut album, featuring the more elecro-centric singles "Skyline" and "Go Back Home".

The video for "Why Are There Boundaries" is as lush as those twinkling guitars; directed by Alaska Productions, it follows FKJ on a wander through Tijuana in Mexico, with soaring skylines and local neighorhoods, kind of like those mesmerizing cityscape screensavers. 

FKJ's debut album French Kiwi Juice is out now via Roche Musique.


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