“Beverly Hell” is a late-night synth-pop ode to the super-rich, drawing on themes of the multi-layered complexities of millennial life. Kiian’s androgynous vocal details the illusions and fantasies associated with that lifestyle, a frank narrative detailing the mirage of perfection. There’s a romance to it, but its underpinned by a cynicism that just can’t be shaken - as Kiian sings, “sweet dreams come back to haunt you.”

Kiian has a five-track EP due out this June, written in under a week. Produced by Johnny What of pop outfit BRÅVES, the upcoming release served as a therapeutic exercise for the singer. Shaking the weight of past friends and lovers, Kiian’s musical debut is the first step in what he hopes to be an inspirational career.

“Beverly Hell” is out now.