Listen The Japanese House unveils dreamy new track ‘Chewing Cotton Wool’

The Japanese House unveils dreamy new track ‘Chewing Cotton Wool’

It’s the second track lifted from Amber Bain’s forthcoming EP, due next year.

After returning with ‘Something Has To Change’ back in September, the first piece of new music since March’s debut album ‘Good At Falling’, The Japanese House is giving us even more goodies today with beautiful newbie, ‘Chewing Cotton Wool’.

The second track lifted from a forthcoming new EP, due next year, ‘Chewing Cotton Wool’ is a shimmering slice of dream-pop driven by Amber Bain’s gorge vocals destined to pull on the harshest of heartstrings.

Have a listen below:

See The Japanese House live at the following dates:

DECEMBER

16 - Glasgow, SWG3

17 - London, Brixton Electric

18 - Manchester, O2 Ritz

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