Fresh off the heels of her collaborative EP Yours In the Dark as ALUM (out now via GODMODE), Canadian musician Wolkoff has shocked us all with a sneak peek of her brand spanking new EP, Who Wouldn't Fall (out everywhere November 15th).
Accompanying the project is a grippingly strange and fierce music video for the cut 'I Keep This Heart(beat)', a candid slice of pop-meets-performance art that captures the ethos of the album: no matter who you may have to startle or confront, there's nothing to do but keep rolling forward.
Speaking to Dummy about the surprise release, Wolkoff said: "Who Wouldn't Fall was recorded, mixed and engineered in Brooklyn with producer John Cleary, who also composed the track "Ideaville" on the EP. We DIY'd the entire album in one night! Just kidding, it took over a year, during which time we saw the threat of nuclear war ebb and flow, the rise and fall of the fidget spinner and a series of appalling international-scale choices made to be dealt with for generations to come.
"We talked a lot about how lousy the news has gotten, and in the face of this global climate, asked ourselves "who wouldn't fall?" Hence the title. Anyway, by the time Cleary and I wrapped production it seemed like a lifetime had passed, but once you're done listening to it, it'll feel like a good dream you woke up from too soon."
Check out both the video for 'I Keep This Heart)beat' and Wolkoff's Who Wouldn't Fall EP in full, below.