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Norwegian production sensation Kygo took Green’s already inspired take on MGMT’s “Electric Feel” and adorned it with his now trademark washed-out, summer-fused, chillwave elements; almost 6 million Soundcloud streams later and the previously unknown teenager had arrived.
With this exposure comes a certain amount of pressure though.
We were first taken by the somewhat enigmatic songwriter back in early 2013 and over two years later we were equally enamoured with stunning “Barcelona”, which signalled at the fragile eloquence to come.
Sure enough, the extended player’s title track confirmed our suspicions, with Green’s stunning, hushed vocal leading the way above careful, loungey guitar-dominated production that feels something like a more delicate SOHN and aligns him with fellow head-turning newcomers Aquilo.
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March 23rd, Living Room Concert, 9pm, Brussels, Belgium.
A cover, followed by a remix of a cover starts to beg the question of individual, original talent.
Luckily any of these concerns get immediately, thoroughly and beautifully dispelled within a moment of the EP.
Try a pint of the BBF Bitter Kiwi (made with hops from New Zealand) with a cut of roast beef – it’s a nigh on perfect match.” We’d also recommend sampling the Barge’s top deck, which boasts a near- panoramic view of the harbour and Brunel’s SS Great Britain.Today, fans of the young troubadour get to complete the set, as - released by the tastemaking London label Akira (Phoria, Still Parade, Shura) today - premieres here at Best Fit; thanks Kygo, I’ll take it from here.Henry Green plays Bristol's Grain Barge on Friday 5 June and The Islington in London on Wednesday 17.The M Shed, a former 1950s transit shed, is a cultural landmark and now museum telling the story of the city and its unique place in the world.Bristol Temple Meads train station is only a short walk away, and there are also two small carparks nearby.