When the Afghan-Dutch artist Ferdous put out his latest single, it was picked up by the hip Parisian label Kitsuné (known for Parcels, Two Door Cinema Club, Bloc Party, Phoenix and others). Hardly a surprise, as his earlier project Klyne placed him in the limelight in no time (opening for the likes of Metronomy and Christine and The Queens). Ferdous was clearly born to be a big hit. So the question isn’t if he’ll be reaching an audience of millions with his melancholy electronic songs, but when.
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