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Ferry Gouw

Ferry Gouw while a student at Central St. Martins
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Birth name Ferry Gouw
Born Jakarta, Indonesia
Genres Electronic, indie
Occupations musician, music video producer, music video director, illustrator
Instruments guitar, vocals
Years active 2000–present
Associated acts Semifinalists, Balls

Ferry Gouw is an Indonesian musician, illustrator and video director working in the United Kingdom. He is the frontman of the indie band Semifinalists, and has directed and produced music videos for several bands in the UK indie music scene, including Lightspeed Champion. As well as being the creative vision and illustrator for Major Lazer, his video for Major Lazer's track, 'Hold the Line' received critical acclaim[1] and was nominated for the Breakthrough Video award in the MTV Video Awards.

Ferry Gouw grew up in Jakarta, then came to London as a young adult to study art at Central St Martins college. He became friends with Tom Vek, a contemporary at Central St Martins. After graduation he joined the band Balls, a precursor to Test Icicles, and became part of an English indie scene, for which he has made music videos and graphics for several bands, including Simian Mobile Disco and Bloc Party. He has also illustrated club flyers and made cover art for many artists, including Young Turks. The 2009 Spring/Summer edition of Plastique featured 3 alternate covers, each with an illustration by Ferry on the back. He lives and works in London with his photographer girlfriend and baby kitten.

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