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HÆLOS - Kyoto - Single Art

HÆLOS
‘KYOTO’
(taken from Any Random Kindness album,
out 10 May 2019 through Liberator Music/Infectious Music/BMG)

HÆLOS have shared a new single, ‘Kyoto’, and announced their forthcoming sophomore album Any Random Kindness. ‘Kyoto’ is a glitchy yet catchy slice of electronica, which critiques politicians who are prioritising economics above the environment.

Any Random Kindness examines the search for connection in an increasingly fractured world. It speaks of the different facets that affect the modern world – the isolating nature of technology and social media, looming climate change, and corrupt politics. There’s a new, dance-floor orientated direction to their sound.

HÆLOS recorded Any Random Kindness with producer Orlando Leopard, and it was mixed by Matt Wiggins (Glass Animals) and Marta Salongi (The XX, Bjork). The latter part of the recording period was tense, with many near breakups, however this process led to the band members developing a new, optimistic perception of one another, and music that explored the push and pull of relationships.

Any Random Kindness shows a newly developed HÆLOS: one that’s eager to push forward.

ANY RANDOM KINDNESS ALBUM IS OUT 10 MAY 2019
THROUGH LIBERATOR MUSIC/INFECTIOUS MUSIC/BMG
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER HERE

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