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Fenne Lily has shared In My Own Time from her forthcoming new album Big Picture.
“This song’s about the weight of stasis — about time moving too quickly and too slowly and every mistake feeling both permanent and inconsequential,” Lily said.
“When it came to writing this video concept, I wanted it to reflect the twisted aspects of a love that’s found in the midst of chaos and the subsequent feeling of being inanimate in your own story. All that, in the style of Terminator 2.”
Alison Goldfrapp has announced the details of her debut solo album The Love Invention.
After over 20 years with Goldfrapp, The Love Invention has been primed as a return to the dancefloor – showcased now on lead single So Hard So Hot.
“I wanted to do something that had that very clubby, acid-y feeling to it,” she said. “But I wanted lightness to come out of the chorus – there’s tension there, as well as euphoric freedom.”
LA Priest has unveiled his third album Fase Luna with the new single It’s You, of which he’s said:
“It’s about a guy who falls in love with a sea mermaid or water spirit and has to choose between life on the land or the ocean. Some of it sounds like he’s on the edge of madness.”
It’ll be released via Domino on May 5th as the follow-up to 2020’s GENE – on which Sam Eastgate proved himself to be a, ‘complicated talent too singular for categorisation‘, according to Live4ever’s review.
Everything But The Girl‘s comeback has continued with the reveal of the video for their latest single Run A Red Light.
“I met a lot of characters during my years in clubland and I wrote this song about the guy at the end of the night, who dreams his big moment is just around the corner,” Ben Watt said. “All the bravado and good intentions masking the vulnerability.”
“The video is like a dream of the story,” Tracey Thorn added.
A final preview of Unknown Mortal Orchestra‘s V record was shared ahead of its release yesterday.
Meshuggah is one of those tracks displaying the the west coast and Hapa-haole sounds soaked up by Ruban Nielson during his stays in California and Hawaii.
“In Hawaii, everything shifted off of me and my music,” Nielson said. “Suddenly, I was spending more time figuring out what others need and what my role is within my family.”