Wanderlust – that’s what the German word ‘fernweh’ stands for. The latest release from Flamingo Zamperoni transmits exactly this slightly melancholic state, which stems from the desire to go away and the feeling of nostalgia for never before seen places.
“Fernweh” is a laid-back lo-fi track with dreamy guitars, embraced by a warm soundscape of piano and Rhodes. Zamperoni used a rare instrument – Fender BassVI, which ranges between bass & guitar (used by Robert Smith of The Cure) and adds this specific melancholic touch to the composition. In addition, the track is spiced up with a bouncy drum groove and a jazz-ride top loop.
Has your wanderlust been awakened? Then you have nothing to worry about since today it’s Friday – the perfect time to plan a new weekend adventure!