Monday, November 28, 2016

Rousseau - Familiar

After having released her previous track "Sugar Plum" roughly a month ago, New Zealand songstress Rousseau is back with her latest offering called "Familiar", which also serves as the second taste of her upcoming debut EP, hello, i know you're busy, due out in early 2017. "Familiar" recalls conscious, complex artists like Banks, Lykke Li, and Fiona Apple, with the moodiness of Massive Attack. Once again Rousseau offers a polished, whip-smart slice of confessional dark pop that is easily winning over both listeners and tastemakers alike, thus making her an artist we should be keeping a close watch on in the coming year.

Speaking about the track, Rousseau states:

"It's about having an instant connection with a stranger, or someone you've just met; the excitement, the curiosity, the nervousness.  It's like there's something hanging there in the space between you, like a spider web of shared memories, almost tangible but just out of sight. Or maybe it's an invisible mirror..."

Listen to "Familiar" below.

"Familiar" is available now on iTunes.

Premiere via The Spinoff.

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