London-based artist Denai Moore premieres her latest track ‘Something Out There’ from her ‘I Swore’ EP. The premiere follows her run supporting SBTRKT on the European leg of his tour after featuring on his track ‘The Light’ off his latest album ‘Wonder Where We Land’.
‘Something Out There’ is a collaborative piece that features Ireland’s critically acclaimed James Vincent McMorrow on synth. The ‘I Swore’ EP, which was produced by Rodaidh McDonald (Sampha, Bobby Womack, King Krule, The XX), is said to be the Jamaican-born artist’s last bestowal before the release of her debut album, due to come out in spring 2015.
Moore has three UK headlines dates scheduled in December, opening with her London show at Conway Hall.
03 London, Conway Hall
04 Bristol, The Lantern
05 Manchester, Deaf Institute
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