Franc Moody have revealed a brilliant new single called “Mass Appeal” which marks the first taste of their forthcoming sophomore album. Out now via Juicebox/AWAL, it follows in the footsteps of their debut album Dream In Colour’s homegrown success which saw them cross 50 million streams and earn co-signs from dance pioneers like Skream and Nile Rodgers

“Mass Appeal” is a groovy electro-funk cut with intensely catchy swells that commentates on the plastic nature of consumer-driven culture. Co-produced with Karma Kid, the band explains their newest looks to “conjure up the notion of mass production and anti-individualism. We wanted something jagged and robotic, and the lyrics subconsciously found their way to those themes.”

Mixing disco, house, and funk into one compelling blend, Franc Moody have attained an organic, grassroots fanbase that’s evolved from their days in the Tottenham warehouse scene. Fronted by prolific co-vocalists & producers Ned & Jon, their debut album Dream In Colour dropped at the beginning of the lockdown while ironically honing in on the concepts of togetherness and community. Since the album’s release, they’ve gone on to participate in projects like the Music Venues Trust fundraiser and release a wholly sustainable merch line while hosting online parties and performances like the “Live In The Lift” livestream, all the while releasing their House Of FM EP. Now on the road toward their second album, expect much more from Franc Moody coming soon.