While "faul" means "lazy" in German, Faul & Wad 's productions certainly don't reflect such a trait. The French production duo have mastered out-of-the-box thinking with unorthodox studio tricks. "TOKYO" - their second Vertue collaboration on Spinnin' Records - showcases their true colors and diversity.
"TOKYO" could easily have been a summer hit for its relatable, catchy vocals. Underlying production elements also evoke mental imagery of the Tokyo city lights. The energy continues through fun elements spaced perfectly throughout, counterbalancing the memorable topline.
Faul & Wad initially broke onto the scene with their PNAU 2014 collaboration "Changes." The track was used in a Mercedes Benz commercial for the auto manufacturer's C-Class line of vehicles. In addition, they've gone on to perform at the world's most lavish festivals, including TomorrowWorld in the U.S., Pukkelpop in Belgium, and Solidays in France.
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