A sound that is totally encapsulating and refreshing; bold but full of character. The beat demands that you dance, while the lyrics tell a story. The production has elements of Jamie Lidell, Prince, and old-school French disco. It’s just a delight to the ears.
“I had been clinging to the past in my relationship at the time, grappling with the realisation that our young expectations of what our future should look like might not actually work out. Or rather shouldn’t work out. This song focuses on coming to terms with that.”
Taken from the debut self-titled album which is out on the 9th October via Grand Jury/ Transgressive.