Bristol-based six-piece Cousin Kula are releasing their debut EP in November, the culmination of a very exciting series of early singles from the psych-poppers.
Their latest cut, ‘Working For It’, is a swirling beast, and premiering on DIY as today’s Neu Pick.
Beginning with dream-pop bops of bass and dream-like synths, the track then picks up pace and adds stabs of almost video game-like keys not dissimilar to those peppered across Glass Animals’ ‘How To Be A Human Being’.
A standout in its own right, you feel ‘Working For It’ will make even more sense when nestled in amongst the band’s debut collection, and points towards great - if understated - things for the Bristol-based rabble.
View the band’s upcoming live dates and listen to ‘Working For It’ below.
15 Bristol, The Kuumba Centre
03 Stroud, Marshall Rooms w/ Syd Arthur
08 Bristol, Thekla w/ Bad Sounds
16 Bournemouth, 60 Million Postcards
23 Brighton, Bau Wow w/ Syd Arthur
25 Bath, The Nest
29 Bristol, The Louisiana
30 London, Servant Jazz Quarters