Why See The Japanese House?
The Japanese House Tours Her Debut Album
Following a raft of critically acclaimed EP releases, including a bold debut in Pools To Bathe In, The Japanese House AKA London-based indie singer songwriter Amber Bain hits North American shores to promote her hotly anticipated first full-length album Good At Falling.
Imbuing her dreamy, dark and broody electronica with a sense of androgyny, Bain layers her vocals together for a vocoder effect in the style of contemporaries James Blake and Bon Iver. Introspective and poetic lyrics cascade over soaring synthscapes filled with trademark crystalline guitar riffs and artistic sample arrangements. Good At Falling's glitchy electronica marks a return to fine form, flitting from memorable pop hooks to euphoric choruses with an emotional scope unparalleled in indie pop today.
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