8 / 10
Trust me, this London outfit deserves every bit of exposure they’ve gotten from the release of their second EP. It manages to fuse all the best elements of Swedish electro (think CEO) with witch house, without sounding gimmicky or familiar. Pitchfork calls them “synth-pop”, but I don’t think one genre does them justice–repetitive lyrics and tribal-inspired beats will carry you from “Amber” to “Humble Bones” as if you’re in a drug-induced dream state. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be salivating for a full-length by the time you make it to the end.
Recommended Tracks: “Goya”, “Amethyst Days”