Following the release of her two excellently titled EPs - ‘Big Fan Of The Sesh Vol. 1’ and ‘A World Of Snooze Vol. 2’ - Biig Piig (aka Jess Smyth) is back with another bop.
Sharing new song ‘Roses and Gold’, the slow-burning neo-soul number explores our “obsession with the unattainable - whether material, psychological, or romantic – and the importance of holding onto what really matters in these tumultuous times”. Sung in both English and Spanish, it’s a warmly intimate song driven by Jess’ hazy vocals, and an exciting glimpse into the new EP she’s currently working on.
Take a listen below, and catch her IRL at the following dates:
14 - Brussels, Botanique Rotonde
15 - Amsterdam, Paradiso
16 - Berlin, Berghain Kantine
17 - Paris, Pop Up!
24 - London, EartH
25 - Dublin, Whelan’s
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