Yet in her most recent EP One, it feels there is a descent into new places which had previously been un-occupied. In the final track Blink, a haunting piano extends its hand and leads you twisting and turning into eerie spaces where voices from a past relationship echo and reverberate around you full of past promises. There is an ambiguity here surrounding who is speaking, as well as what to take at face value. What's for sure is that it is hard to feel like someone hasn’t been let down here; heartbreak hangs heavy in the air. This track elevates the EP ironically for a track that steps downwards. It moves One away from what could for some feel like an EP that rests too comfortably on the laurels of a now well routed impactful club banger formula. Instead, the whole project ascends to another level.
Here we delved into and discuss the meaning behind the visual identity and symbols surrounding the EP, the philosophy around lyrical repetition in club music and new year's resolutions.