The first single, “Stormbird”, announced the advent of a new sound from Belleruche, back in March; with twisted, tempo-shifting distortion aplenty, it has clocked up 100,000 YouTube hits plus support from Steve Lamacq, Huey Morgan and Nemone on BBC 6Music; DJ Mag, Artrocker and more. Now “16 Minutes” - a captivating song of regret and reflection - flips the stylistic switch to show a softer but no less striking side to the acclaimed London trio.
The simple driving bassline, angelic yet raw vocals, sparse beats and gradual multi-layered build of the beautifully lo-fi “16 Minutes” make for an addictive and affecting song. As Belleruche hone and channel new inspirations alongside their time-honoured offbeat fusion of bluesy rock guitar, soul/jazz vocals and hip hop beats, newcomers could be forgiven for thinking they’ve stumbled upon a lost record made by members of the XX and Little Dragon.
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