Not to be mistaken with the Financial Times Stock Exchange, FTSE are the brilliantly talented, wicked fun dream team (both on stage and IRL), Sam and Tazmyn. Hailing from Leicester, the duo aim to create tracks where both music and lyrics are of equal value… ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED! Their simple productions revolve around social commentary and are full of brilliant beats, honest words and sweet sounds. Taken from their recent EP, Utopia talks of “possessions possessing a whole generation’s psyche – Apple, Adidas and Nike”, while Nite Life, featuring i-D favourite Femme, is the antithesis of your favourite club tune and sounds like a sober night out with your drunk mates, but amazing. It’s also worth noting that Sam is currently partying hard in his no-fucks given side project with Jakwob, GET HOT, and collaborating with the likes of Kenzie May and Saint Saviour. Ahead of their live performance at FARR festival this weekend, we caught up with the Lucky Number kids to chat sad songs, perfect songwriting and real life issues.