Made up of Cole Citrenbaum (vocals/guitar), DJ Stanfill (vocals/keys), and colorthought (producer), the band combine a love of guitar music and electronic production with soulful, pop hooks to create compelling and smooth R&B-influenced jams. Their debut EP Falling is filled with them, but "Four Winds" is a step in a different direction.

"[The track] is about a relationship that was good only when the lights were out" the band explain. "It’s titled after the street Viale dei Quattro Venti where we stayed during a trip to Italy, but it also refers to the winds of change that blew us apart when our emotional problems came to bear."

Following collaborations with Chicago-based producer Whethan (Elohim, Charli XCX) and EKALI (OWSLA), the band have become more focused on refining their sound. "Four Winds" really picks up the pace and delivers an effervescent rush of energy with their strongest hook to date. With the addition of strings and guitar riffs, the eclectric production alone is reason enough to put "Four Winds" on the map, but the vocals really make things stratospheric.

"Four Winds" is out 18 May.