FKJ, short for French Kiwi Juice, has announced his extensive scheduled 2019 world tour dates earlier this week. The tour includes a run of performances in the States and is set to kick-off in Europe in early February with a 7-show stretch in Hamburg, Copenhagen, Berlin, Cologne, Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam. He continues his tour in the U.K. with a four-night run-through in London, Bristol, Manchester and Glasgow. The multi-instrumentalist will then head across to North America after a break throughout the month of March with a 22-date run spanning over April and May. He released his first official album, “French Kiwi Juice” last year and has since been building his fanbase at festivals like Suwannee Hulaween, Coachella and Lighting in A Bottle. Below, a live improv session in front of the “La Fée Electricité” mural at the Paris Modern Art Museum. The 16-minute clip takes us on an audio-visual journey with the artist’s distinctive use of morphing melodies and soundscapes.