Former Cocteau Twins singer Elizabeth Fraser has shared her first new music in 13 years with “Golden Air.”
It’s the primary single from Fraser’s new challenge, Solar’s Signature, which options her and her accomplice, former Spiritualized and Echo drummer and Bunnymen Damon Reece. “Golden Air” will function on Solar’s Signature’s upcoming self-titled EP, which is about to reach June 18 by way of Partisan for File Retailer Day.
The brand new music – which Fraser beforehand carried out throughout a solo look on the Meltdown Competition in 2012 – showcases the singer’s distinctive, skinny vocals with a lush soundscape of guitars and electronics, with a pronounced bass line and a muscular battery.
Fraser introduced Solar’s upcoming Signature EP final month. “Golden Air” is one in every of three tracks acquainted to Fraser followers, together with the uncommon 2000 single “Underwater” and “Make Pretty The Day,” which she additionally carried out at Meltdown in 2012. The EP can be accomplished by two items known as ‘Bluedusk’ and ‘Apples’.
Fraser’s final single was “Moses” in 2009, though she has collaborated extensively with different artists since then. Final yr she joined Oneohtrix Level By no means on a brand new model of her observe ‘Tales From The Trash Stratum’. In 2020, she teamed up with Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi, showing on his observe “Cannibal”.