Realisationship is Andrew Hung's debut album. As co-founder of Fuck Buttons; the highly-influential noise-electronic duo, he has toured extensively with headline shows at the Kentish Town Forum, Glastonbury and Greenman, been featured on the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony and all three albums have featured as Best New Music on Pitchfork Media. His production work has included Zun Zun Egui's "Shackles Gift" and co-writing/co-producing the critically acclaimed "Kidsticks" by Beth Orton. He soundtracked the multiple-award winning film "The Greasy Strangler". Realisationship is the continuing voyage through Hung's previous collaborations. Written, performed, produced and mixed entirely by Hung; the album is pure expression. In a world that seems more disconnected than ever, Hung sees this as an opportunity to highlight the duality of humanity. The music of Realisationship is both fragile and powerful, a celebration of nuance; we are light and shade, good and evil, love and fear. A hammer to expectations as an expression of hope.