The London producer will release a four-track 12-inch towards the end of October.
The 25-year-old producer first turned heads with a synth-heavy take on instrumental grime, though his sound has since turned more towards pop and hip-hop. Last year he released a 12-inch for Rinse that scored high marks with RA's Angus Finlayson, and the year before that saw EPs for Lost Codes and Mr. Mitch's Gobstopper Records. Now he's signed to XL Recordings for a 12-inch that the label calls "warm, sorrowful, yet optimistic."
Listen to the opening track.
XL Recordings will release Oceana on October 28th, 2016.