Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop, Rock


band members

Jack Prest, Benjamin Freeman, Miles Sharma-Constance, Joe Wilson, Chanelle Collier, Jordan Charles Stokes.


Website

futurelovehangover.com/

Bio

Future Love Hangover is proud to present the third single from the forthcoming album Sincere Input, Unspecified Place. This track features the vocal stylings of Future Classic’s Bus Vipers and Sydney underground rap don Naeem. Another strange concoction; this time with hip hop beats meeting Beatles pop stylings, this track further shows FLH’s freedom from formula and genre constraints.

“It was such a pleasure to work with Dan (Bus Vipers) on this track. He just came through the studio with a few ideas and we workshopped them on the spot, cut the vocal and it was done. He’s such talent and brought an amazing vibe to the track. My personal favourite moment is the big WOW in Naeem’s verse. Naeem straight killed it by the way, he is one of the best rappers in Oz at the moment, in my humble opinion”.
Jack Prest - Future Love Hangover

Future Love Hangover is an ongoing interdisciplinary experimental system by Sydney based artist and music producer Jack Prest. Jack’s work has been featured at Sydney Festival, Vivid Festival, Freespace Festival (Hong Kong), Tanz Im (Berlin), Sydney Opera House, Big Day Out and in media outlets such as Triple J, Rage, BBC, NTS, Pitchfork, Spin Magazine, Thump (Vice) and Earmilk. As a producer and engineer Jack, works for Studios 301 and has worked with artists such as Jonti, Sampa The Great, Urthboy, Godriguez, Golden Vessel and The Preatures.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

Yeah, really rate this one. It's got your ambitious touch all over it but it's super warm too.

Yeah, really rate this one. It's got your ambitious touch all over it but it's super warm too.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

29 Jun 2018

Triple J
40

wasn't sure that you could use shhhbop shhhbop in the 21st century and get away with it but this works somehow. love the squelchy production and lush soundscape that the vocalists just effortlessly slide over.

wasn't sure that you could use shhhbop shhhbop in the 21st century and get away with it but this works somehow. love the squelchy production and lush soundscape that the vocalists just effortlessly slide over.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

25 May 2018

Triple J
40

I'm with Gemma, there's some abrasive sounds and weird elements but they all come together to make a tasty concoction. You're a mad genius

I'm with Gemma, there's some abrasive sounds and weird elements but they all come together to make a tasty concoction. You're a mad genius