French deep House artist, Feder, brings the spring month of April in with brand new track; ”Blame Me.” Released on March 31st, this track maintains ingenuous lyrics that anyone could relate to on multiple levels. “But I can see why you blame me.” This track is a catchy one as much as it is sincere and almost ballad-like. Feder is an artist that no one should miss. Better yet, according to the artist’s Facebook page “this is only just the beginning for Feder.”
“Blame Me” forebodes enticing vocals and a story of realization with super dark, deep synths. The result is haunting. “Something got me paranormal; losing my steps.” Everything in this track is very well executed. The synths are evocative alongside pulsating high hats and modified snares. The drops here have a concrete psychedelic feel, almost reminiscent of a certain Deadmau5 track. As for the lyrics, the story of self-actualization and soulful vocals commit to a perfectly entrancing song when combined with the psychedelia of the track. Feder, real name Hadrien Federiconi, will be at Tomorrowland this summer at the Robin Schultz and Friends stage in July. It will be an extraordinary show.
Thoughts from fans:
“C’est un futuriste.” – Hanane Elouali
“I like his open mind in his music. I’m always nicely supprised.” – Madden Sound
“FEDER the best ♥🔥💿” – Walid Reguieg
“I love you Feder 😀 Listening on repeat, thanks for the good music!” – Mr Zet
“Great vibes!” – Radio Astrahé