Fedde Le Grand has launched his first ever run of merchandise, a strictly limited edition run of wearables. In tandem with this he and Melo.Kids join forces once again for a new offering, ‘I Used To Think’. They have tapped singer and songwriter Mila Falls for vocal duty for the record, possibly best-known for her collaborative track ‘Put It On Me’ with NOTION and Holy Goof.
Blending each artist's sound, the house-doused tune alongside Fall’s vocals cascades into its production. Finding a home on Sony Music’s dance music derivative, it’s already out now via NITRON music, with Fedde’s own merchandise line launching today.
In a career spanning across many years, Fedde releases a strictly limited number of wearables available for purchase now. The launch of his merchandise line marks a new chapter for him and designed by himself the limited collection of attire will only be available once, with apparently no reproductions being offered if they sell out.
Fedde Le Grand: “Hello and welcome! If you’re reading this message then thank you so much for checking out my first ever official merchandise run! I know it’s taken a long minute but right throughout my career I’ve always done what I want to do and have steered clear of trends of the moment or what’s going on around me, and I believe this ethos is reflected in the collection you’re seeing right now.
“These very limited items that I designed are strictly limited and so once they’re gone, they’re gone! There will be no reruns!
“Please leave me some feedback on what you see by using the hashtag #flgmerch across social media and who knows, your inspiration could play out in the next collection I work on."