Felix Pallas vs. Klahr - Similarities
With Christmas fast approaching Axtone records brings joy to the world with Belgium and Sweden combining or something rather special for the end of year and beyond.
Felix Pallas are four 20-somethings from Antwerp (Belgium) formed around two brothers creating “alienated pop” who’ve garnered support from key global tastemakers including Pigeons & Planes, Beats 1, BBC Radio 1, Billboard, NME and TLOBF. Axtone’s wunderkind, Klahr returns to the imprint following his foray into the Pop World, having produced Maty Noyes’ Say It My Face’ for Lava Records with further artist collaborations in the works.
It was at such a collaborative session that Klahr & PJ from Felix Pallas came together with the guys immediately hitting it, off sharing one another’s musical works. Klahr instantly loved the band’s previous single ‘Similarities’ (Disco Naïveté) and got working on his own glacial interpretation, putting his Scandinavian stamp on the infectious song from the Belgian quartet.