GLOWS share new single “Chaser”, announce debut EP

GLOWS, the London-based electronic duo of GG Skips and Felix BH have announced their debut mixtape LA, 1620 set to be released in September via Slow Dance Records.

Gaining acclaim for their live shows, GLOWS’ capture the magic of the dance floor on new track “Chaser”. From its slow rising chords to the groove-inducing beat you can’t help but become lost in the hypnotic world that GLOWS inhabit; letting you in for a few minutes of downtempo bliss.

Speaking about the single founding member GG Skips said:

“Chaser feels like the axiom on which Glows was based, the first song I made that people took seriously,” skips says of the single. ‘It’s about chasing the night, about addiction seeping through friendship, about supporting each other through all falling down.’

Listen to the new single below!

Saint Jude releases new single ‘Altitude’, announces new EP

Saint Jude, the moniker of Jude Woodhead has released his first single of the year “Altitude”. He has also announced his second EP Bodies Of Water, set to be released on April 16th via Slow Dance Records. The new single follows on from “Molina” and “Bodies Of Water” released last year.

On the new single Jude combines jazzy chords and a driving, groove filled beat to create an atmosphere that is hypnotic, enticing and smothered in nostalgia. Reminiscing in those long gone days of spending time with those you care about, Jude gets deeply introspective through a mask of upbeat sonic landscapes.

Speaking about the new single Jude said:

“Altitude” came from a place of solitude and seems somewhat fitting to be released during these current times of widespread isolation. Referencing days ‘spent inside’ and being tormented by a ‘violent moon’ evoke how many of us experience day-to-day life in lockdown, despite being written a few years ago. At the time of writing a lot of my friends had left London, I had come out of a relationship and it seemed like I had lost a bit of the sense of community that I had for the few years before that’