Fabric closed, which led us to lament about the musical heritage which had been lost since we left London. Turnmills, The End, The Cross… we cut our teeth here, we lost and then found ourselves, we made friends and made memories, we danced til dawn and back again. As much as life is both fluid and cyclic, it’s sad for us that those who follow will never have access to the same experiences. The world is the more sanitised and bland for places like these no longer existing.
Back to the present, our remix for Passerine was released. It was a hard one to pull off in terms of the concept we came up with and the samples we wanted to use, but somehow it worked.
We decided to make our next release an LP rather than an EP, which took it from being almost done to being almost half done. We started gearing up our collaborations for it, and bought a Lyrical School t-shirt. August was a good month.
In July, we were still in the UK. We went to London to see Pamyu Pamyu live, and it was even better than we thought it would be.
July was also peak Pokemon Go. Whatever happened to that?
After the excitement of releasing our debut album in May, June was spent doing promo and interviews, and then going to the UK (where it was raining). By this time, we had also finished the first batch of demos for our next release, which we thought would be an EP.