Published Sep 16, 2015Phonetics fans Ev Ree Wuhn shared a digital single version of a song called "Found You" last year, and now the Toronto based electro experimenters have revealed that the track will also serve as the title to their upcoming second EP. Found You is due out independently on October 9.
The group draw on a wide range of artistic and intellectual influences; vocalist and keyboardist Alex Grant was a classically trained ballet dancer, drummer and producer Adrian Gagnon has a background in physics, and keyboardist and bassist Lawson Smith studied jazz. Ev Ree Wuhn's eclectic mix comes together to deliver "glitchy electronics" and "atmospheric layers," and you can hear the first sampling of that on the new single "Sapporo."
The track, along with the rest of the forthcoming EP, was exclusively produced by the band. "The production process is very important to us, that's why we like to do it ourselves," they explained via a press release. "It's not that we're obsessed with control, it's just that certain micro details of the production are equally part of our artistic vision."
Listen to that vision come to life on "Sapporo" in the player below, courtesy of Complex.