From South London comes ambient dream-folk quartet Mt. Wolf and with them, their sophomore EP Hypolight.
The four-track EP showcases what this group are capable of producing, which is a stunning cross-stitch of indie-folk, atmospheric electro and bass soundscapes, backed by Kate Sproule‘s beautiful yet demanding vocals. The EP closes with a delicately delivered cover of Usher’s ‘Climax’:
Grab a copy of Hypolight as well as debut EP Life Size Ghosts from Two Sisters Records.
Finish with the music video for EP track ‘Shapeshift.’ It truly demonstrates Kate’s unyielding resemblance to Florence Welch (Florence and the Machine):