Bristol, UK’s Stumbleine wants to take you on a dreampop escape. And trust me, you should accept his invitation.
Recently, the electronic artist premiered the first song from his forthcoming full-length debut, Spiderwebbed, entitled, “Fade Into You.” Originally written by Mazzy Star, Stumbleine makes the ’90s track his own, turning the song into lush and hazy landscape.
Having self-released multiple EPs, a compilation album and serving as one third of dubstep envelope-pushers Swarms, has resulted in a sizable fan base for Stumbleine. And his forthcoming release will only add to that.
The album strides with distorted guitars and luscious vocals, creating a musical abyss that is easy to get lost in. Take “The Beat My Heart Skips” for example. Featuring guest vocals from CoMa and Steffaloo, the song rides high with beautiful melodies and droning vocals.
Check out “The Beat My Heart Skips” below, and check out Spiderwebbed when it drops Nov. 13, on CD, digital and vinyl. The vinyl edition comes with a free copy of the album on CD.