By hmcclure | February 7th, 2013
Melbourne duo Brighter Later have recently been releasing some of the most beautiful music I’ve ever heard. Jaye Kranz and Virginia Bott (who had previously played in bands together) launched this project at the end of last year, and have been busy completing their debut album. Due out in March, Wolves was recorded and produced by Kranz in an old West Melbourne church (which Kranz also calls home).
Following on from the album’s debut single “The Woods” (which we featured just last month), they’ve just put out their second – the equally stunning “Come and Go.” Their new track again highlights the duo’s songwriting and composition talents. They keep things simple, with stripped back vocals and guitar arrangements for the majority of the four minutes. What’s amazing is their ability to captivate a listener with such uncluttered music – a testament to their abilities.
This is truly worthwhile music, and another exciting lead in to Brighter Later’s upcoming album release.