Indie/Electronic duo Human Creatures of Francesco Bondi and Jake Sorbie, formed in London in September 2019.
The two met in 2010 when they became members of a noise rock band (Binary, later renamed Keroscene) through a mutual friend. They spent the next seven years writing, recording and touring, including supporting the likes of Marilyn Manson, A Place To Bury Strangers and Hanni El Khatib, before the band split in 2017.
Shortly after, they moved in together and started working on new ideas in their home studio in East London. These ideas developed and in September last year they started working on their first EP, Flowers In The Sun, due for release in October 2020.
The music draws inspiration from artists such as Boards of Canada, Radiohead, Aphex Twin, Four Tet, The Cure, Massive Attack, and more.
The song is a creepy ballad of sorts, the foundation of which is a blend of dark electronic synths layered across live percussive drums. The narrative draws from the perspective of a person’s experience dealing with addiction to something unknown to the listener.