FEMM’s last Surprise Gift: LuLa’s first solo song ‘Butterfly to the Moon’ MV

January 13, 2024 | 1026 Visits


FEMM, who are disbanding at the end of 2023, has just reached their 10th year anniversary in October 2023.

In 2023 alone, they have performed at various major festivals in Europe, US, and in the Middle East. And finally performed their last solo concert in London, followed by their last collab event in Tokyo on Christmas eve, which was a joint event with Tokyo’s largest LGBTQ+ organization “fancyHIM,” which titled “HIMM &FEMM.”

FEMM member RiRi just dropped her solo MV “Living in the Spotlight” included in their latest EP “CHERRY,” and now LuLa has revealed hers as well. Her first solo song “Butterfly to the Moon” MV was prepared as a final surprise gift from FEMM to their agents (fans.)

In this song, she sings about her honest feelings about the past and hope for the future, and in the MV she expresses her raw self.


Message from LuLa

“Over the years, I am grateful that I could sing so many songs, and sometimes I had an opportunity to cowrite lyrics with RiRi. But for my first solo song, I really dug deep and wrote true feelings of my own. In this song, I wanted to thank my agents, and express my expectations and fear for the future. I tried to make the MV as raw as possible to showcase my real feelings. I hope our agents like this surprise present from me. I wish for your happiness.”


Butterfly to the Moon (Music Video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzCao8oCpKM



DL & Streaming: https://femm.lnk.to/1115CHERRY

  1. CHERRY on TOP (TV Asahi “Freestyle Japan Unification” theme song)
  2. We Flood the Night (MYLK Remix)
  3. SUN
  4. Living in the Spotlight
  5. Butterfly to the Moon


FEMM / Profile

Two mannequins with intentions / Female rap duo by RiRi and LuLa. Their 1st album “Femm-Isation” entered the top 10 of the US Billboard chart “World Albums” and was selected as “Best Indies Album” at all HMV stores in the UK. The latest album “Tokyo Ex Machina” features participation from world-class producers such as “Jenna Andrews,” who worked with BTS, and “Kool Kojak,” who worked with Ariana Grande and Doja Cat. “We Got Each Other”, which was one of the first to incorporate Y2K pop punk, was ranked on the major US radio chart “Mediabase Activator Chart” for 12 consecutive weeks. In 2023, which will be the 10th anniversary of their activities, they announced that they will cease their activities by the end of the year.


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Official Website: https://femms.jp/


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