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Hafizan Razali

Musician — Malaysia

Introduce yourself
Fizan. I am the frontman for Bittersweet.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Paul Weller, Alex Turner, Liam Gallagher.

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
Fred Perry is essential. I feel pretty good on myself while carrying the laurel-adorned shirt everywhere i go. The heritage, the culture represented by Fred Perry suits me and what I do for a living.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ by Arctic Monkeys.

What is one record you would keep forever?
‘Definitely Maybe’ by Oasis.

What is a song lyric that has inspired you?
‘I Wanna Be Adored’ by The Stone Roses.

What has been the best gig you've been to?
Summersonic 2016. Got the chance to hang out with Suede and Blossoms and enjoyed both of 'em live ON THE STAGE. Best night ever!

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
David Robert Jones Bowie.

What song do you wish you had written?
‘The Drugs Don't Work’ by The Verve.

Where do you go to see live music?
Concerts, gigs, anywhere with good bands or music.

'Love Spreads' by The Stone Roses.
Maybe the best song from the legendary Roses. Sick guitar and lyric may be redundant but it just comes out so clean and smooth. great, great song.

'Solomon Bites the Worm' by The Bluetones.
How i wish my nursery played this song when i was a kid. Know what i mean?

'Killing of a Flashboy' by Suede.
Bernard Butler and Bret Anderson, what can go wrong? Richard Oakes doing a fantastic job for keeping Suede the way it should be. Too many good songs, but i go for this one.

'Starman' by David Bowie.
Bowie. What can I say? He's a jewel, genius and hardworking alien. Starman is my favourite. Rest in peace Ziggy...

'Something' by The Beatles.
The most beautiful love song ever written. George is my favourite Beatle, it was beautiful and it turned out to be the most successful song he ever wrote.

'Moscow State Circus' by Eugene McGuinness.
If albums were kids in the classroom then Eugene McGuinness would be sat in the corner reading a novel with an iPod on, generally being ignored but remaining completely fascinating. An underdog, he managed to carved out a distinct sound and musically unique. And here's my favourite from many.

'Don't Sit Down Cause I've Moved Your Chair' by Arctic Monkeys.
Every single fuckin song. All of it. No contender. A class of its own. I grew up listening to em. But i can only choose one am i?

'The Shock Of The Lightning' by Oasis.
People who don't like Oasis are w*nkers. Massive band, rock and roll goodness, true rockstar, living legend. Too many to choose from But I've picked this one. Ace!

'Plastic People' by Yak.
Never heard of em until a friend introduced me to Yak. Dirty,raw, straightforward lyrics. Love 'em.

Introduce yourself
Fizan. I am the frontman for Bittersweet.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Paul Weller, Alex Turner, Liam Gallagher.

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
Fred Perry is essential. I feel pretty good on myself while carrying the laurel-adorned shirt everywhere i go. The heritage, the culture represented by Fred Perry suits me and what I do for a living.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ by Arctic Monkeys.

What is one record you would keep forever?
‘Definitely Maybe’ by Oasis.

What is a song lyric that has inspired you?
‘I Wanna Be Adored’ by The Stone Roses.

What has been the best gig you've been to?
Summersonic 2016. Got the chance to hang out with Suede and Blossoms and enjoyed both of 'em live ON THE STAGE. Best night ever!

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
David Robert Jones Bowie.

What song do you wish you had written?
‘The Drugs Don't Work’ by The Verve.

Where do you go to see live music?
Concerts, gigs, anywhere with good bands or music.

'Love Spreads' by The Stone Roses.
Maybe the best song from the legendary Roses. Sick guitar and lyric may be redundant but it just comes out so clean and smooth. great, great song.

'Solomon Bites the Worm' by The Bluetones.
How i wish my nursery played this song when i was a kid. Know what i mean?

'Killing of a Flashboy' by Suede.
Bernard Butler and Bret Anderson, what can go wrong? Richard Oakes doing a fantastic job for keeping Suede the way it should be. Too many good songs, but i go for this one.

'Starman' by David Bowie.
Bowie. What can I say? He's a jewel, genius and hardworking alien. Starman is my favourite. Rest in peace Ziggy...

'Something' by The Beatles.
The most beautiful love song ever written. George is my favourite Beatle, it was beautiful and it turned out to be the most successful song he ever wrote.

'Moscow State Circus' by Eugene McGuinness.
If albums were kids in the classroom then Eugene McGuinness would be sat in the corner reading a novel with an iPod on, generally being ignored but remaining completely fascinating. An underdog, he managed to carved out a distinct sound and musically unique. And here's my favourite from many.

'Don't Sit Down Cause I've Moved Your Chair' by Arctic Monkeys.
Every single fuckin song. All of it. No contender. A class of its own. I grew up listening to em. But i can only choose one am i?

'The Shock Of The Lightning' by Oasis.
People who don't like Oasis are w*nkers. Massive band, rock and roll goodness, true rockstar, living legend. Too many to choose from But I've picked this one. Ace!

'Plastic People' by Yak.
Never heard of em until a friend introduced me to Yak. Dirty,raw, straightforward lyrics. Love 'em.