Down an unassuming street in an unassuming corner of East London lies analogue heaven, a studio equipped with some of the most remarkable gear you could ever wish for.
Toerag Studios is manna for those seeking out something different, and it's been attracting like-minds, outcasts, and ne'erdowells for 20 years now.
Fabienne Delsol has spent the past 12 months of her life dipping in and out of the studio, working with co-producer Luke Oldfield on her new album.
'Four' patches together some carefully chosen covers from the 60s underground alongside some tastefully done originals, all constructed to her ruthlessly fastidious specifications.
Perhaps you already know her voice - Fabienne helped vocalise key points on the Killing Eve soundtrack.
'Four' is out now on Damaged Goods - order it HERE - and it's a fascinating, addictive, highly atmospheric piece of 60s pop.
We're able to share 'See How They Run', a superb piece of Mellotron fuelled psych-pop with a cinematic air.
The fuzzed out guitar threatens to saw the track in two, but Fabienne Delsol holds it all together with her superbly poised vocal.
The video was shot in France, and it's an attempt to turn the natural world into a psychedelic daydream. She comments...
"Filmed in France in my place of childhood, we wanted to turn the beauty of nature around us into a dream, to polarise and invert, to psychedelisize."
"'See How They Run' with that fuzz guitar throughout lends itself to vintage Italian cinema, Mario Bava and all the like. The colours, the succession of images, close ups, hidden and half images all add to this vivid phantasmagoria and fit tightly with the song."
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Fabienne Delsol
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