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Published on Mar 23, 2017
Seven-piece J-pop supergroup FAMM’IN return with "animus", inspired by the ideas of psychologist Carl Jung and which the supergroup surmise as "the subconscious masculinity in women."
FAMM'IN are made up of power-pop four-piece FAKY, the latex wearing cult electro duo FEMM, and rising indie singer/songwriter Yup’in. "animus", produced by Radical Hardcore Clique (a production group closely associated with FEMM), combines old and new as the gongs and zithers of gagaku nestle next to air horns and trap beats, and tight bursts of rap are corralled by ethereal layers of melodic singing.