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“Our work created a world for us in which the harsh noise of the times we live in was channelled into something positive; we hope that this will resonate with you when listening to it as much as it did for us whilst creating it.” Wahl

Having worked in various projects together multi-instrumentalist and singer Rachel Still and drummer Kayleigh Cheer knew they had everything they needed between them to create the sound they were after. This is no stripped back two-piece, the sound is layered and expansive, drawing influence from the likes of Brian Eno, Savages and The War On Drugs.

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