Following their lovely debut single "Cave In," art-pop Londoners KYOTI return with their follow up "Curved Edge, Straight Line." With playfully bright synths and liquid melodies, the trio delve deeper into their unique sound on their second release.
Intersecting jazz influences with minimal electronica and clever wordplay, KYOTI crafts a track that is bare yet substantial. According to the artist, it's meant to communicate the difficult process of "searching for forgiveness from those close to you, while accepting your own faults.”
What I really love about the band is their attention to detail, particularly when it comes to their aesthetic. Their artwork is thought-out and inspired by artists like MC Escher as well as the abstractness of everyday life.
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