Hair today, everywhere tomorrow for the fab FFSYTHO

Posted 30th April 2024

It’s been a while since we shared details of new music from ‘fampton’s FFSYTHO, but she is still fizzing!

In fact, she’s been busier than ever; from trimming locks to waxing lyrical on the airwaves. Oh, and new music is in the mix too, of course, writes Sammy Jones.
“I am sitting on a few new releases and am just finishing those up,” she told me, with the promise of delivering “summertime jams.”

FFSYTHO has been feeding the live scene too – she’s fresh back from a boisterous night in Bournemouth, and as you read this, she is tapping into the Bedford scene with a date supporting KILA-P with the likes of Genesis Elijah. London is calling next.

“It’ll be my first performance on the LGBT scene and I can’t wait!” she buzzed, “It’s in Clapham, and I’m looking forward to mixing with other gays as it feels like I’m pretty much the only gay in my village…”

FFSYTHO might have hit the headlines for her musical talents, but it was the billboards she hit as an ambassador for the cool Bedhead hair care brand. And she ain’t done yet: “The campaign has been extended for another year, so you’ll be able to see my big head on billboards across the UK. What a feeling. It’s unreal,” she said, “I still can’t believe this is my life.”

You might say she is ‘hair’, there and everywhere – FFSYTHO is now cutting barnets as well as tunes.
“I’ve always wanted to do barbering, and finally went for it. I did a 10-day intensive course to up my skills and I’m giving back to the community at homeless shelters…”

She’s loving it: “It’s such an amazing thing to do, the people are so kind and it’s so rewarding giving them a little clean up and they feel so much better.”
When she’s not barbering, modelling or working on her own tunes you can find her pushing everyone else’s – FFSYTHO has just landed a new radio show on Revolution Radio.

“I’m doing it with my long time friend Sarah Fyah, she is an ex history school teacher turned radio presenter. She’s a badass. We’re just bouncing off the vibes every Tuesday from 10pm on 97.1FM, playing all the best in old school and new school and all genres.”

For the purpose of tune spinning they are calling themselves The Terrible Two, and FFSYTHO will be extending a welcoming hand to the local scene – with a weekly segment dedicated to the talent on our doorstep. Like us, but in radio form!

“I know how hard it is to be plugged on the radio, so I want to help out others in the underground music scene,” she promises.

Catch FFSYTHO at:
Rag City festival – June 14
On The Bus festival – Bridport – August 30 & 31
Keep in touch with all things FFSYTHO on FB, X, Insta, Bandcamp and Spotify: @FFSYTHO