Song Sung is a project rooted in the intensely close relationship between twin sisters.
Growing up in Northern Ireland before later basing themselves in New York, Georgina and Una McGeough know each other's imaginations inside out.
It's this quality that drives Song Sung, with the pair's new EP set to land on March 27th.
“We make melodies using alternative ways, but we also dabble in software,” explains Georgina, “in the beginning, we created melodies by using our own vocals over some of our favourite music."
"Our first apartment in the East Village, was located above a bar and our back room was situated directly above the DJ booth. This is going to sound ridiculous, but it’s true, we started making melodies over the bass of the tracks coming through the floor from the bar below.”
New single 'Come To The Water' is out now, and it's a haunted quality amid its analogue synth perambulations.
Produced by David Holmes, there's a cinematic sheen to Song Sung's music, so suggestive while also being difficult to pin down.
Georgina adds: "‘Come to the Water' is a song caught somewhere between obsession and vulnerability. There’s a fragility in the tone, a yearning within and an uncertainty in the end."
Tune in now.
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