FNP Leans Into UK Garage Influence on New Single “Oh My”


Describing his new EP as “a full-blooded ode to UK garage,” London producer, FNP, leans into his deep-rooted influence on title track, “Oh My.”

A groovy, swung garage beat anchors the vibes of “Oh My.” The producer utilizes a bouncy synth lead to keep the energy up, trading places with wavering bass pulses at around the two minute mark, adding a refreshing spin to the track. FNP brings everything together for an epic, momentous drop at the 3:54 time stamp – a must-listen moment.

On the EP as a whole, FNP commented:

This EP is my first project that solely explores my love for UK Garage. It’s something i’ve always wanted to release and I wanted to have plenty of the trademarks of the genre in there, without it sounding dated. I love all the corners of UK garage, from the darker side of the genre to the more soulful and vocal driven tracks.

You can stream “Oh My” at the link below, out everywhere via Bottled Sauce. Enjoy!

FNP – Oh My