Koreless returns after five-year hiatus with ‘Black Rainbow / Moonlight’

It's the last solo offering we've seen from the FKA twigs and Ólafur Arnalds collaborator since 2015’s ‘TT / Love’

04.05.21, Words by: Felicity Martin

A Boomkat listing has revealed a new 12″ from Koreless, ‘Black Rainbow / Moonlight’, released today via the Young (FKA Young Turks) label.

It’s the last solo work we’ve seen from Koreless since 2015’s ‘TT / Love’ 12”, and since then Koreless has had production credits on FKA twigs, M. T Hadley and Rita Ora projects. More recently, Koreless reworked Caribou’s ‘Never Come Back’.

10″ black vinyl copies are limited to 300 and can be found here, along with previews of each track.

The artwork for the release states that ‘Moonlight’ was inspired by Benjamin Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes: Op. 33a – ‘Moonlight’.

Read an interview with Koreless from 2011.

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