The collaboration of longtime friends Charlie Van Kirk and Christopher Marion, Tuarrah are genre bending trio, with the addition of vocalist Julia Easterlin providing another dimension to the act.
Their latest release, "The Execution," is a B-side to Tuarrah's self-titled debut EP released last year. A steady guitar riff is joined by jangly percussion and duel male/female vocals, setting the scene for Tuarrah's enigmatic sound. Swirling synths make their presence felt as the song ebbs and flows before Easterlin's voice sings the final notes over the solitary guitar chord.
It's very reminiscent of the likes of Zero 7 and Thievery Corporation, merging idyllic electronica with organic alternative creations and soothing vocals.
If you like what you're hearing be sure to check out Tuarrah's EP via all good streaming services, or check out some of their tracks here.