What happens when you mix Cherrytree Records’ artists Far East Movement, Feist and Cherry Cherry Boom Boom? You get a lyrical, trip hop jam that is so unexpected, you can’t help but listen to it over and over again. That’s exactly what happened with the latest single from FEM’s album titled, Little Bird. The crew put down their popped bottles and dirty bass for a slower jam that tells a story close to member Kevin Nish’s heart. He explains the video’s story in a press release:

“The video is a real story of an ex-girl and the song ‘Little Bird’ is the metaphor for everyone’s desire to always search for more, sometimes not realizing that what you might be looking for is right infront of you.” About the song and it’s collaborators as a whole, Nish states, “It was amazing to do something outside the box with producer Cherry Cherry Boom Boom and get a chance to go deeper into our song writing.”

I am totally digging the track and video as it is a total departure from the heavier singles we’ve heard from the boys as of late. It reminds me of some of their more mid-tempo jams from Free Wired. Check out their latest music video below.

Far East Movement, “Little Bird”