Labyrinth Ear - 'Urchin' [Listen]
Following on from their amazing Apparitions EP, London's Labyrinth Ear have just unveiled an equally amazing new song called 'Urchin'. It sees (of course) the comeback of the hypnotic industial basslines we especially loved into their previously featured track 'Humble Bones', but also the duo darkening their mystical, undulate patterns' tones and taking a further step towards Purity Ring’s haunting magic (Emily Jacobs' ghostly edited, childlike vocals sounds at times also pretty similar to Megan James' on this one).
Stream and download it below.
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