Listen: The Japanese House shares ‘Sugar Pill’

The Japanese House shares ‘Sugar Pill’

Hear the fourth and final track to be taken from her new EP.

The Japanese House has unveiled ‘Sugar Pill’, the final song to be lifted from her latest EP ‘Clean’.

Backed by a lit-up fairground video, this is the latest example of Amber Bain’s futuristic slant on pop. Muted guitar notes, click-clack drum patterns and chiming pianos effortlessly link together into a sound that should be overwhelming, but somehow comes off as minimal.

‘Clean’ is out 6th November on Dirty Hit, following this year’s ‘Pools to Bathe In’ debut.

Check out The Japanese House at the following UK dates:

NOVEMBER
04 London, Courtyard Theatre
20 London, The Victoria

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