Hudson Scott is perhaps the most acclaimed musician you have yet to be introduced to.
A stellar vocalist, his performances can be found on records by Foals, TEED, Songhoy Blues, and most recently George FitzGerald, that cast alone demonstrating his astonishing breadth.
Matching an innate pop touch to a willingness to experiment that borders on jazz, Hudson's approach is never less than thrillingly creative.
Returning to solo duties, new single 'Triangle' drops on April 12th, and it's billowing, unexpected, but rather remarkable return.
Production comes from close friends Oli Bayston (Boxed In) and Duncan Tootill (Little Cub), while the vocal moves from explicit pop to murmured abstraction.
Hudson describes 'Triangle' as occupying “a middle ground between 80s afrobeat and the emotionally affecting songwriting of Arthur Russell” - a pretty fine mixture, if you ask us.
Out on April 12th, you can listen to 'Triangle' first on Clash.
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