Single Review: All Flags Are Grey – ‘Bare Bones’

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Having previously worked together on other musical projects, East London-based duo Andrea Chamberlain and Leon Brown – aka All Flags Are Grey – have now come together to release their powerful new single.

Tackling ideas of addictive behaviour and self-inflicted loss, ‘Bare Bones’ flows with glitchy, pulsating beats alongside the subtle power of Chamberlain’s ethereal vocals. Oozing an other-worldly majesty, it’s a truly captivating offering exuding a unique, hypnotic force, with shades of the likes of Anohni.

So, let yourself be overcome by the cinematic intensity of ‘Bare Bones’, whilst we wait for more enchanting creations from this innovative London duo.

‘Bare Bones’ is out 30th June via Seven Wishbones.

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