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Now signed to One Little Indian, their full length eponymous debut, Stubborn Heart (out 5th November) reveals a stunning and surprisingly poignant electronic soul record. Hailing from London ... Read more

Now signed to One Little Indian, their full length eponymous debut, Stubborn Heart (out 5th November) reveals a stunning and surprisingly poignant electronic soul record. Hailing from London & Oxford respectively, the duo’s debut emotes heartbreak over broken beats and dark, atmospheric space. The clean, ghostly production coalesces with Luca’s mournful vocal to positively ooze a bruised melancholy.

Equally inspired by 80’s and 90’s electronic music and 60’s and 70’s soul music (the album includes a cover of Reuben Bell & The Casanovas rare soul 45 It’s Not That Easy), Stubborn Heart never lose their passion for good pop music – everything from Hall & Oates to Timbaland. Recent comparisons have been drawn with the XX, Sbtrkt, James Blake & Four Tet.

The band have already been afforded some great support from points as diverse as Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music/Radio 1), Benji B (BBC Radio1), Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio 1), The Boiler Room, Abeano, Ross Allen (Ministry of Sound), Lauren Laverne (BBC 6 Music), Seb Chew (Rinse FM), John Kennedy (XFM), Joe Goddard (Hot Chip/DFA), The Guardian (New Band Of The Day), Q Magazine (Track Of The Day).

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Now signed to One Little Indian, their full length eponymous debut, Stubborn Heart (out 5th November) reveals a stunning and surprisingly poignant electronic soul record. Hailing from London & Oxford respectively, the duo’s debut emotes heartbreak over broken beats and dark, atmospheric space. The clean, ghostly production coalesces with Luca’s mournful vocal to positively ooze a bruised melancholy.

Equally inspired by 80’s and 90’s electronic music and 60’s and 70’s soul music (the album includes a cover of Reuben Bell & The Casanovas rare soul 45 It’s Not That Easy), Stubborn Heart never lose their passion for good pop music – everything from Hall & Oates to Timbaland. Recent comparisons have been drawn with the XX, Sbtrkt, James Blake & Four Tet.

The band have already been afforded some great support from points as diverse as Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music/Radio 1), Benji B (BBC Radio1), Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio 1), The Boiler Room, Abeano, Ross Allen (Ministry of Sound), Lauren Laverne (BBC 6 Music), Seb Chew (Rinse FM), John Kennedy (XFM), Joe Goddard (Hot Chip/DFA), The Guardian (New Band Of The Day), Q Magazine (Track Of The Day).

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Now signed to One Little Indian, their full length eponymous debut, Stubborn Heart (out 5th November) reveals a stunning and surprisingly poignant electronic soul record. Hailing from London & Oxford respectively, the duo’s debut emotes heartbreak over broken beats and dark, atmospheric space. The clean, ghostly production coalesces with Luca’s mournful vocal to positively ooze a bruised melancholy.

Equally inspired by 80’s and 90’s electronic music and 60’s and 70’s soul music (the album includes a cover of Reuben Bell & The Casanovas rare soul 45 It’s Not That Easy), Stubborn Heart never lose their passion for good pop music – everything from Hall & Oates to Timbaland. Recent comparisons have been drawn with the XX, Sbtrkt, James Blake & Four Tet.

The band have already been afforded some great support from points as diverse as Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music/Radio 1), Benji B (BBC Radio1), Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio 1), The Boiler Room, Abeano, Ross Allen (Ministry of Sound), Lauren Laverne (BBC 6 Music), Seb Chew (Rinse FM), John Kennedy (XFM), Joe Goddard (Hot Chip/DFA), The Guardian (New Band Of The Day), Q Magazine (Track Of The Day).

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.