Although this poised and polished EP sits on a bed of liquid synths and delicate sound washes, gentle beats and seductive grooves, there is something wonderfully human about it. It’s the voice. More than just vocals, these often sensuous words feel like they are being whispered in your ear by a dear friend in the early hours of the morning.

And that blend of the wonderfully human and the delicately digital, the meeting of humanity and harmony, sets up a fantastic set of opposites that do much more than merely attract.


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