It's infectious, yet difficult to place...

Manchester project Porij have shared their new single 'Dirty Love' in full.

The group won acclaim with their opening two singles, a pair of creative statements that pilfered from R&B, future pop, and the ethos (but not the sound) of post-punk.

Exploratory in a very riveting, revealing sense, Porij return with something new, and it's a curiously infectious release.

Impossible to genuinely pin down, new single 'Dirty Love' of a mosaic of sounds, with the differing voices pulled into one place.

It works as a pop song, though, albeit unlike any pop song you've ever heard before.

Vocalist Eggy says of the single...

"I wrote this song because I wanted to create a moment that was purely fictional. I had a lot of deadlines on at the time so I escaped into this weird cult in my mind. You’re invited in to discover the cult’s toxic euphoria as they live life dictated by a freaky Queen. Persuasive with hints of kink we hope you come join the oat gang."

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Oliver Pringle

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