Album artwork for Clear by FFT

Numbers will release Clear, the debut album by FFT, on 24th June 2022.The result of three years of focused writing and programming by the London-based producer, Clear is deeply psychedelic, defined by a mature sense of melody and structures crafted at a monumental scale.

Though FFT has previously released a handful of tracks under various names, it wasn’t until 2017’s FFT1 EP on theUncertainty Principle label that his production talents began to fuse into a distinct and personal style, especially evident in FFT’s Regional/Loss EP on The Trilogy Tapes in 2019, multiple releases on Bruk Records and 2021’s Disturb Roqe, also released on Numbers.Through it all, FFT has mastered a complex sense of mood catalyzed by sound itself: He builds patches and presets from scratch, and feels these synths and software have their own objectives and reactions, creating a kind of compositional feedback loop.The result is an album that brings to mind a collision of electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire and Bernard Parmegiani, 2000’s braindance, the Max-imized wares of an OPN or Objekt and the rough rhythmatics of SND or Mika Vainio

FFT

Clear

Numbers
Album artwork for Clear by FFT
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 01/07/2022Catalogue Number

NMBRS68

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

FFT

Clear

Numbers
Album artwork for Clear by FFT
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 01/07/2022Catalogue Number

NMBRS68

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Numbers will release Clear, the debut album by FFT, on 24th June 2022.The result of three years of focused writing and programming by the London-based producer, Clear is deeply psychedelic, defined by a mature sense of melody and structures crafted at a monumental scale.

Though FFT has previously released a handful of tracks under various names, it wasn’t until 2017’s FFT1 EP on theUncertainty Principle label that his production talents began to fuse into a distinct and personal style, especially evident in FFT’s Regional/Loss EP on The Trilogy Tapes in 2019, multiple releases on Bruk Records and 2021’s Disturb Roqe, also released on Numbers.Through it all, FFT has mastered a complex sense of mood catalyzed by sound itself: He builds patches and presets from scratch, and feels these synths and software have their own objectives and reactions, creating a kind of compositional feedback loop.The result is an album that brings to mind a collision of electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire and Bernard Parmegiani, 2000’s braindance, the Max-imized wares of an OPN or Objekt and the rough rhythmatics of SND or Mika Vainio