Dreampop artist and multi-instrumentalist FMFL has followed up his debut album, ‘Functional Music For Lovers’, with a timely EP, released 20 December, and just ahead of Christmas.
‘Abandoned Christmas Tree’ is a 6 track EP of holiday music, bringing a melancholic, yet playful approach to the seasonal classics we all know. FMFL styles his music as a pixel art aesthetic, and this EP makes the listener feel that this is what Christmas would be like in SuperMario World.
‘Abandoned Christmas Tree’ is more than just a quirky Christmas album however. FMFL has a more serious element to the release, in that he is fundraising for the Homeless Charity 999Club
, who care for the homeless of Lewisham, South East London.
We wrote about FMFLs debut album back in July
. The album was also featured on Bandcamp’s ‘New And Notable’ on its release, and has also been featured in a number of online blogs and magazines, such as Threshold magazine, Obscure Sound, TMDQA, and Super45.