Felid unveils sensuous left-field pop tune – ‘Take It Off’.

Bristol based artist Felid has arrived and to commemorate his arrival he debuts a rather saucy, seductive little alt-pop number, aptly named – ‘Take It Off’. Originating from South Africa, the singer – songwriter and producer combines a cerebral concoction of left field pop and mesmerising soundscapes with a level of expertise that delivers far beyond expectations for a first introduction.

Not one to shy away ‘Take It Off’ commands attention from the get go filtering nuances of future bass with captivating drum patterns, the single details a story between two people overwhelmed in haze of sexual tension, leaving you utterly flustered and ready for more.

Is it hot in here or is it just me?



“It’s all about those stolen looksThe invisible undertones, the push-and-pull of passionate exchanges that all point to where you both want to end up. It’s kinda subtle but right in front of you at the same time – I wanted everything in the song to reflect that.”– Felid.


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