The Internet hath spoken….

Relics pulls us into the future with a kaleidoscope of cascading synths”  – BULLETT (US)

I expected this group to deliver ‘smart’ music and dammit, they do.  They do the synth movement proud – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED” – PopDose (US)

The band’s delightful pop is out-of-this-world yet grounded in self-examination. Faded Paper Figures cover a lot of territory here… But it’s all done with a mindful demeanor that suggests a honed self-awareness”  – Paste (US) 
Forward thinking electro pop, with the glistening production shrouding a chassis which borrows from indie rock songcraft [...] emotive songcraft and delicate arrangement”   – Clash (UK)

Each song manages to be original and multi-layered, and songs morph unexpectedly, the effect is quite delightful. Unlike so much of the genre, the songs have real thoughtful lyrics backed up by skilled electronica: think of THE POSTAL SERVICE if they didn’t get annoying” – Nothing But Hope (Germany)

The eclectic style of this trio really shines through on this newly released album. We don’t often get an opportunity to relate to so many different messages provided on an album, but Faded Paper Figures made that rarity a possibility. Ranging in all different styles of music, this album is a must have for anyone” – The Music Ninja (US)

Relics promises to be their most honest, sophisticated, and ambitious offering yet”  – Wonderland (UK)
An exciting, perpetually changing, sophisticated album. . . actually incredible.  Mind blowing”  – Mentioned Reviews (UK)
Bringing life back to the synthesizer”  – like-online (Germany)

Spiraling synth-lines wriggle around mischievously, jostling happily with drum beats of various tempos to create an unmistakably funky and joyous flavour . . . I hugely enjoyed this album” – (UK)

Alternately sparse and epic, harmonic and grinding, pensive and playful, FPF is clearly moving beyond their electro-pop beginnings”  – WithGuitars (UK)

Faded Paper Figures created a brilliant summer time soundtrack. The atmospheric, energetic and lively synths definitely highlight the band’s sound and make this album definitely an enjoyable one” – HouseInTheSand (Germany)

There really is the potential for these guys to get much, much bigger” –TheSoundOfConfusion (UK)

Whilst both lyrics and music set an extraordinarily high benchmark, they do so effortlessly, without fuss or resorting to showboating and over complication. Like many successful works of art…and this is a work of great post-modern art, it’s all about the editing process. Brevity is the watchword and the results are beautiful. Is this the reality of the fusion between man and machine?” – DancingAboutArchitecture (UK)

Relics is by far [FPF's] most complete record, as it expands on what was right with other releases while also tapping into the indie rock well for substance. Songs like Not the End of the World, What You See, Real Lies and Lost Stars stand out like the highest peaks of mountains in the distance … I think this will be a must have album for anyone who is a fan of FPF or the electronic pop scene in general.” — Indiefection Playlist (US)

Behind the irresistible rhythms and prophetic-sounding vocals, it’s a thoroughly humanising album from a group of musically-gifted MENSA members. By the end of final track Forked Paths, you’ll just have to accept that some people are engineered towards greatness – and as with the sulky spaceman, we should all cheer up about it.
Kemptation (UK)