After the singles 'Trauma' and 'I'll Figure It Out', Fhin unveils "Lights Would Be Better", evoking his memories of a childhood spent in hospitals. A desperate need to escape from real life, the impatience of nightfall, where dreams seem more legitimate.
Like his minnow eyes, the singer, producer and musician Fhin has imagined for his productions a sound with multiple colours mixing neo-soul (James Blake, Bon Iver), progressive/alternative (Pink Floyd, Radiohead) and electronic (Flume, Disclosure) influences. Intertwining the feminine and the masculine in the treatment of his voice.
After performing at festivals such as We love Green and Cabourg mon Amour, he starts a sensation with his cover of the rock opera Starmania "Quand on Arrive en Ville", described by Konbini as "a little jewel cut into a pop piece, elegant and modern, which is a pleasant way of announcing the sequel".