FÉ ‘SHE CAME’ VIDEO: “GETTING UNDER THE SKIN OF THE CITY”
Fé (Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan) share ‘She Came’, the band’s second stunning pop number and the follow up to ‘Time’.
Ben and Leo came about from years of writing together and busking in London Underground’s train carriages, describing this ritual as: “getting under the skin of the city: an ‘unquenchable well of inspiration, £50 notes, drugs, stamps and phone numbers…”
Leo calls She Came “an old fashion love song, set amidst the new aristocracy of west London; you know – the brats, the oligarchs and rock stars’ kids. And how uninspiring and how un-stimulating all the riches of city appear once the person you want has gone.”The duo first wrote together in a meat container under the Westway, London where Leo lived. With no running water or heating to speak of, for years they spent tireless hours locked away crafting their songs, fusing their love for classic songwriting with contemporary electronics.