Bristol producer Henry Green has shared details of his new album 'Half Light'.
The producer's deft debut record outlined his organic approach to electronics, with his fractured digitalism recalling Gold Panda and Four Tet.
New album 'Half Light' found Henry Green retreating to his attic studio, working in a feverish fashion for six months.
The results are incoming, with new album 'Half Light' set to land on June 12th.
“A lot of the songs are about that struggle to express,” he explains. “Coming into the record I wanted to make something that was a separation from myself, and didn't feel like such a window into my feelings. But because of my feelings throughout the process I think these are the most honest songs I've ever written.”
Crisp new song 'Realign' is online now, with Henry Green working alongside vocalist Melis Soyaslanova.
The producer explains...
"'Realign' is about self exploration, and the idea that clarity can actually arrive in the moments when you're distanced from your thoughts, and the preconceptions of how things should be. I wanted the track to feel expansive and euphoric, but intimate and honest in equal measure. That desire to balance the two styles inspired the production of the track."
Tune in now.
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