The Japanese House Astounds With “Pools To Bathe In”

A few weeks ago, we heard The Japanese House for the first time when “Still” surfaced, seemingly out of nowhere. We were pretty blown away – but now, the elusive and enigmatic London native has returned with “Pools To Bathe In,” the title track from her debut EP, set to release on April 27 via Dirty Hit.

This new track has managed to take our collective breath away. Fans of Copeland, the equally-talented youngster Låpsley, and maybe even Imogen Heap will likely agree that the 19-year-old Amanda Bain is on an inevitable rise to greatness in the indie world. This track is gorgeous in every facet; soothing, hypnotizing, atmospheric and perfectly arranged. It’s a grand showcase of talented songwriting and impeccable musicianship. If it wasn’t obvious enough already, we’re desperately awaiting this debut EP.

Stream “Pools To Bathe In” below (via Dummy) and let us know if you’re moving into The Japanese House with us.

Pre-order The Japanese House’s debut EP, ‘Pools To Bathe In,’ via iTunes.

Brian Leak
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