Crawling from the darker corners of Charming Yet Ill records, comes For The Greater Good, a hip-hop/electro collaboration borne of collective hysteria from the minds of Ian Paul Daynes (The Charming Associates) and Tim Hull (The Choir Invisible).
Since the band’s conception in the early months of 2009, FTGG have been hard at work recording their eponymous debut album. The band cites their influences not from other artists, but how the world has affected them, through good and bad, day and night, light and dark. There are elements of numerous musical genres evident in the bands unique sound, ranging from death metal to industrial and 80’s synthpop.
One thing, at least is a certainty. FTGG are bridging the gaps between forgotten territories, and promise you the darker side of electro.