Live Music Review: Femme at The Lexington

Femme graced The Lexington stage last night to launch her brand new single, SOS, which we featured as ourmusic video of the week a few weeks ago.

Following on from a line-up that included Grace Savage and Ronika, the feisty and fashionable pop star performed the track to the sold-out venue, accompanied by two backing dancers.

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The atmosphere was surprisingly lively and energetic for a mid-week gig, with Femme’s upbeat stage presence and endless enthusiasm keeping the audience engaged throughout her short but sweet 30-minute set.

The stage was an explosion of colour; the gold backdrop, sequin outfits and pink cheerleader pom-poms showcasing Femme’s fun attitude and innate creativity when it comes to design and putting on a show.

Femme introduced SOS as “what we are all here for tonight” and the single received a great reaction from the London crowd. The track combines retro pop sounds with a futuristic feel through the use of electro pop synths.

Femme is starting out as she means to go on and last night’s gig was a great display of what she has to offer the music world. Hopefully this is the start of a glittering career for the bold British singer-songwriter.

SOS is released through ZTT on May 4.

 

Graduate Multimedia Journalist, Online Editor at CIO UK and contributing writer at Culturefly and Contact Music.
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