FÆMILI needs you!
We're FÆMILI and we're about to release our second studio album.
Producing an album is not an easy task, especially for an indie band like us.
That's why we would like you to learn more about the project and give you
the idea of the effort:
- First step: 6 months to write the lyrics and the music of the nine songs on the album
- Second step: about 300 hours spent practicing again and again the songs
- Third step: 50 hours spent in the studio recording the tracks
- Fourth step: 38 hours spent recording our 4 official videos
And we have only talked about the time we spent; For this project we have invested
xxx euro and we have not even reached the fifth step: the release!
To publish and promote our album and be able to share it with as many people as
possible make all this hard work meaningfull.
This is why we decided to participate in the crowd funding campaign sponsored by PostePayCrowd 2019:
thanks to your contribution we shall grow together! (and we have so many rich rewards in store for you)
Thank you, if you are listening you are FÆMILI too.
Publication and Promotion
The funds raised will be used for printing the physical copy of the CDs of both the new album and the previous EP.
They will also be used to publish the two albums in the major online stores as well as to promote the release of the new album and its spread.
Welcome to the FÆMILI
FÆMILI is quite young and, like every young creature, the band seeks action, emotions and experiences.
One girl and a boy taking inspiration from different music genres, playing with sounds, mixing them into their own distinctive style: a combination of electronic music with pop rock.
Tireless and in constant movement, the band is ready to hit new stages to carry on their mission: to communicate and connect with every fellow human being.
Welcome to the FÆMILI
Project created by
FÆMILI have always existed. Or actually the idea of FÆMILI.
The origin of the band can be placed at the beginning of 2017. Late night, a couple is driving home from a concert.
They are thrilled and immersed in a dense conversation. They speak of that charge and adrenaline that the musicians have sent them.
That evening something snapped in their heads. Going to concerts is not enough anymore. One says "We have to form a band", the other answers "We just did it.