Farah unveils the video for “The Only Ones”, directed by Italian animation duo Robotina and produced by So What.
Persian-American electronic ingenue Farah can't be solved or explained. She makes dreamy, archly somber disco that somehow sounds both spontaneous & immaculate. Farah has been a mainstay in the Italians Do It Better universe since the label’s explosive beginnings. She made her debut with “Law Of Life” & “Dancing Girls” on the legendary After Dark compilation. Collaborating with producer & label head Johnny Jewel to write daring spoken word punctuated by dense rhythms, Farah sings in a fragile, almost childlike style. From the Shangri Las-inspired "Gay Boy" to the unrelenting throttle of "Into Eternity", Farah's visceral use of English & Farsi has made her a favorite on runways & TV screens alike. Her music hit the silver screen when “Dancing Girls” was used in Ana Lily Amirpour’s Iranian vampire western A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night & Mathieu Demy’s film Americano starring Salma Hayek. “The Only Ones”, her fourth EP, is out now on Italians Do It Better.