"A superbly crafted, glitchy electro-pop song which marries folk-instrumentation with electronic experimentation..."
"… acoustic instrumentation, textured samples and soaring vocals...”
- The Line Of Best Fit
Hailing from South Wales, London based artist Greta Isaac has released her new single Comfortable, which is available to stream on Spotify and buy on iTunes now.
The video premiered on Mahogany and is now available to stream on Greta Isaac's YouTube channel.
The project as a whole is an exploration into habits and destructive human tendencies; each song explores and exaggerates a different unhealthy trait from the perspective of a neurotic character. Comfortable explores apathy and selfishness.
The track features cleverly written, glitchy electro-pop akin to artists like Grimes and it’s a change in direction for Isaac who’s always had an affinity to her folk roots. However, with this latest project, Isaac amalgamates folk-inspired instrumentation with unsettling beats and innovative electronic experimentation, creating a fresh new sound and this is prevalent in Comfortable.
The audio for Comfortable premiered on The Line Of Best Fit and you can also listen to it now via Greta Isaac's Soundcloud page.
With demand building, Greta is set to debut this project live at a secret London show on 5th September followed by a return to Wales to play at Festival No.6. She’s already gained the attention from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Clash, The Line of Best Fit and The 405 and she’s set to seduce listeners further with this intriguing blend of electro folk.
Comfortable is out now and is available to stream on Spotify and buy on iTunes.