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Watch This! Feral Five unveil blistering Ego video directed by Dan...

EGO is a dynamic electro tune of power and desire, a take down and take over of monster egos everywhere

Listen to this! Feral Five announce new drrrty electro single

Feral Five ramp up the kicks in new single EGO – a take down and take over of monster egos everywhere.

Watch This! Feral Five unveil video for growly electro groove...

The dynamic and exhilarating video captures the song and the band’s raw energy, and is directed by award-winning multi-media artist Michael Hodgson AKA Misled Convoy

Listen To This! Feral Five: Shake It – Single Premiere!

Feral Five’s slinky new song for Spring – with punchy electronics, big beast guitars, and disco-punk beats.

Feral Five return with high-octane slice of neon electro – Pet...

Set in a world of illicit exotic creatures, working in underground bionic cat cafés and shady robo-companion bars, the single is a heady mix of animalistic synths, silky vocals, metallic beats, and lashings of fuzz bass.

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WATCH! Exclusive new song from L’EPEE – ANTON NEWCOMBE, EMMANUELLE SEIGNER…

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