We're absolutely delighted to finally present our latest release to the world;
For Breakfast - 'Songs in the Key of Others'.
This is the first ever remix collection curated by the North-London septet, featuring four brand new reconstructions of their debut EP 'Songs in the Key of O', pulled apart and reimagined via four handpicked artist's.
From Nomorewillroam's icy atmospheric triphop beats, the pulsing woodland trance of Billy Kino, the driving glitchy breaks of Voka Gentle's William J Stokes and rounding up with the momentous echoes of Arkaean's heavy dub, this remix EP is a diverse genre-shifting collection, exploring For Breakfast's distinguished sound over four unique and magnificent identities.
We're incredibly proud to be releasing this spectacular collection today and want to send an enormous thank you and congratulations to For Breakfast, all the artist's mentioned above, Cinema.AV, The Darkand everyone else involved in bringing this project to life. ❤️
This collection of remixes is a cohesive reshape of their debut EP 'Songs in the Key of O', curated by the band and features three handpicked artists across four sonic landscapes, fusing together samples, elements and layers of the band's distinctive sound.
Today we present you with the first track from the collection; 'Mother' remixed by William J Stokes, accompanied by this incredible visualisation video created by our new friend Cinema.AV.
'Songs in the Key of Others' is available to digitally preorder now, and if that's not enough, we also have a brand new set of For Breakfast 'Bird' t-shirts on pre-order designed by vocalist Maya Harrison.
Embarking on an unusual era, serenades to ward away the gloom will be crucial. Luckily for all concerned, Christina Lopez has arrived with a debut fit to offer such solace with ‘Ice Burn EP’, her first solo venture. 20 minutes of icy introspection and affecting melancholia.
Marrying chilly melody to abrasive electronic textures, this self-produced collection is a distinctive break from the area Christina has traversed thus far, marking out new sonic territory where the bleak meets the beatific, all shot through with unique songwriting élan and imaginative textural flourishes.
A meeting point between flagrant pop sensibility and the avant garde, ‘Ice Burn EP’ promises much from the future - here Christina has produced a thing of understated rapture and alchemical power.
This EP see's her branch out for the first time beyond the drum kit and into her own productions, influenced by her love for techno, electronic and synthpop and boldly stamping her mark as an accomplished and unique electronic musician.
You can now watch her self-directed and self-produced music video for 'Strangers', taken from the EP ahead of release.