Polish artist Patti Yang has revealed her latest single Invisible Tears before its official release next week.
The track [check below] is taken from her debut album set for release early next year, sees Patti pay attention to general disconnection and isolation, living among and observing crowds of lonely people.
It explores perspectives through the baggage, conveyances and the restrictions on communication/meeting folk that is often covered by the bustling noise of rush hour traffic.
Dividing her time neatly between London and California, Patti is in the final stages of recording her debut album with Jagz Kooner, Matty Skylab and Chris Rotter, and Invisible Tears is a welcome taste of things to come.
Drawing from various influences in the electronic and punk scenes, the track showcases her undoubted potential with a fine collection of entrancing electro-sounds that are sure to attract a lot of attention.
We listened to Invisible Tears:
Finger clicks and rubbery tube-train rhythms rush along a rumbled track before the glittering white gold-filtered voice bubbles and murmurs.
It’s angelically white-hot and simpering…
Then the beat grabs hold again. And the whole piece drills deep into your pumpkin.
It will not come out again… not without a good shaking!