FEMM groove slowly through your holiday season with their new digital release “Dolls Kill feat. ELLE TERESA”. The digitalism of FEMM accompanies deep beats for a autotuned melody that befits the limited movements of the mannequin mannerisms. The look is striking: light up corsets and birdcage dresses get a purple light bath to compliment the futurism of the duo. ELLE TERESA shows up for a rap section to break up the tweak and melodies of FEMM and to add literal life to the animated in-animated duo. “Dolls Kill” is slow burn groove to be sure. You can download your copy of this latest FEMM digital single from the retailers listed below.
FEMM (sometimes recognized and an abbreviation for Far East Mention Mannequins) are a Japanese electronic dance music duo based in Japan, composed of RiRi and LuLa. Formed in 2013, FEMM are a music project that portrays “real-life mannequins”, whilst RiRi and LuLa are recognized as the leaders of the FEMM Agency Syndicate, an agency that supports the independence and rights of mannequins (hypothetically their fan base). RiRi is managed by agent Honey-B, and LuLa is managed by agent W-Trouble. Honey-B and W-Trouble communicate on RiRi and LuLa’s behalf because mannequins cannot talk.
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