New Zealand artist munro has a new single to share with us this week called ‘Every Day (is always the same)’ which features Australian artist Harvest lending his voice to munro’s instrumental beds of twinkling synths, playful percussions and buoyant beats.
As munro reveals below the song is about refined vision and clarity, and was inspired by he likes of Flume, Ross from Friends and Fred again.. among others.
“To me, this project is a more refined vision. More clarity. A step away from ephemerality into something that straddles the familiar and the exciting.
I’ve been drawing a lot of influence from people like Four Tet, Burial, Bon Iver, James Blake, Jamie xx, Flume, Lapalux, Ross from Friends, Caroline Polachek, Fred again.., + more. There’s a whole world of sound that’s so imbued with this overwhelming feeling of nostalgia — and as an artist that’s such an exciting world to play in.” – munro