Friday, January 15, 2016

Acre Tarn - Dawn Faces

Acre Tarn is the ravishing electronic project created by singer/producer Anna-Louisa Etherington. Originally from the Lake District, the emotive, rugged landscape has clearly imprinted itself on an artist that incorporates swirls of jagged, disjointed beats cut into wide and ghostly soundscapes. Rising above the synth tumult sits Anna's visceral vocals which has seen her being compared to artist such Grimes, Kate Bush and Bat For Lashes. 

Already making waves on the blogosphere with previous tracks "Flex" and "Lanterns" picking up tastemaker plaudits from the likes of The Fader, Indie Shuffle, The Line Of Best Fit and The 405 as well as BBC Introducing in Manchester, Arce Tan's newest release "Dawn Faces" confirms her truly compelling position in the emerging landscape. The second track lifted from their forthcoming sophomore EP, "Dawn Faces" emerges with nods to "Teenage Wasteland" and the sadness of lost innocence but balances it with vast synths melting into Anna-Louisa's hypnotic, celestial vocals.

Stream both "Dawn Faces" and "Flex" below.

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