Produced in a Camden flat, no less...
TARANTINA

TARANTINA had these sounds in her head, sounds she often struggled to get down on tape.

So when the pop riser invited producer Raf Riley round to her Camden flat, they knew that they had to think outside the box.

Grabbing pots and pans from her kitchen, the two starting layering a basic track, matching flourescent pop flourishes against industrial noises and found sounds.

A complex but hopelessly intoxicating piece of future pop, 'Rainbow' is what happens when they pots and pans coalesce.

Startlingly original, it's born from these humble DIY sessions but has a resolute future-facing streak. TARANTINA explains...

“Raf Riley and I produced Rainbow in my flat in Camden. We played things like pots, pans, broken jewellery and a wind chime as instruments. Once we’d recorded these sounds, we played them out through the speakers of my old TV and then recorded that. The moment the track really came to life though was when we added the synth bass at the studio.”

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