MP3: FKJ – “Lying Together”

“Oh, oh baby!” That line will be stuck in my head all day. After you listen to “Lying Together” by FKJ (French Kiwi Juice), you may have the same issue. The brand new track is a combination of soulful crooning, funk guitar licks, and disco-infused rhythms. The polished production touts tricks of dance and house, especially toward the second half when the sound of raindrops help ease in a more subdued interlude. This is before the exhilarated vocal sample returns, this time with an ignited passion sparked by FKJ’s brilliantly revolving production. “Lying Together” is so addictive it should be a crime.

This is the first I’ve heard from FKJ, though it encouraged me to check out his new The Twins EP. Stream it below. Gotta love “Street Walkin‘” and its killer sax solo. Definitely getting some Matthew Herbert vibes there.


Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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