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Atticus emerges from the electronic underground scene

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Releasing debut single ‘These Walls’

Indie-electro artist Atticus releases electronic glitch pop single ‘These Walls’, taking you on a sonic journey from empty vocal heavy sections to deep rumbling sub drops and baselines.

 

The songwriter and producer has flirted with a number of genres over the decade of his songwriting career, receiving support from BBC Introducing and performing at the O2 Arena. 

However the project Atticus has now emerged from the electronic underground scene, releasing ‘These Walls’, which settles on a blend of electro, blues and jazz styles, whilst still using raw under produced vocals highlighting the emotion behind the lyrics.

Although influenced by the likes of Chet Faker, The XX and Bon Iver, Atticus finds inspiration from personal life relationships after losing his Mother at the age of 16. Music became a form of therapy, helping Atticus put his feelings to paper, tackling his personal tragedies, rather than those of the world.

‘These Walls’ was produced by duo Cabin Fever and recorded in Mumford and Sons’ studio in East London. Atticus’ debut single is set to be released March 24th and if this is anything to go by, Atticus is one to watch.

Links:

http://www.facebook.com/officialATTICUS

 

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