The Bristol trio brought a second vocalist into the fold for the recording of their LP.
The LP pairs an R&B sensibility with atmospheric electronics. It's a "meditation on grief, on loss, making sense of separation and death," the label says. Jabu cite Massive Attack, The Temptations and Cocteau Twins as influences.
The group, which consists of vocalists Alex Rendall and newly-recruited Jasmine Butt alongside producer Amos Childs, grew from the Bristol collective Young Echo. Last year they released a mini-album under the name O$VMV$M, which is their project with fellow Bristolian Neek. They've also had a couple of 7-inches for No Corner, and an EP for Ramp before that.
Listen to "Let Me Know."
01. Let Me Know
03. Get To You
04. Fool If
09. Which Way
10. Lay You Down
Blackest Ever Black will release Sleep Heavy on September 22nd, 2017.