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The return of Jannis Noya Makrigiannis’ Choir of Young Believers project came earlier this month with his first single in three years, the breezy and breathless “Face Melting”. It’s a gorgeous song, to say the least, and now comes with a unique DIY video from the Danish singer/songwriter. Having premiered on Under the Radar, his piece was filmed entirely in an undisclosed location in the mountains, using its 360-degree view and local inhabitants (including some adorable kittens) as an earthly counterpoint to the song’s dreamy soundscapes.
Three years after Heathered Pearls debuted on Ghostly with his Loyal LP, the Brooklyn-based producer has announced his sophomore album. Called Body Complex, it’s a 10-track record which finds Jakub Alexander moving closer to the deep techno sounds of his youth, such as Terrence Dixon and Lawrence. And its artwork bears mentioning, too: Alexander designed the sculpture on his new album cover, and is selling the unique object exclusively through The Ghostly Store.
Today’s announcement hit Resident Advisor, where the lead single from Body Complex was also posted. You can stream Heathered Pearls’ soft-glowing “Interior Architecture Software” on SoundCloud, before he releases Body Complex on August 7.