'i see a halo' explores themes of desire and forgiveness. It was made in my mum's kitchen. I felt isolated from everything and very alone. I turn to music when I need to feel better.
There was a full moon shining through the windows that night and the idea was down in just under an hour, it just seemed to write itself. I collect a lot of samples and have a sound palette which i tend to draw from. I'm very interested in sounds, especially those that sound dusty or feel like they belong in another realm. I tend to set an atmosphere first and write from there, using crumbs of instrumentation to build the track, layering sounds.
The lyrics were impulsive. I start sometimes singing and it doesn't make sense but I figure it out as I go. When it feels right, I just stop. Im obsessed with Burial, his work has the ability to hold you!
The track is out on Ratface Records
. All my love to them for supporting and guiding me.