Listen to 'Butterflies', the breathtaking new single from No Mono - a new Tom Iansek joint

Listen to 'Butterflies', the breathtaking new single from No Mono - a new Tom Iansek joint

Featuring the otherworldly voice of Tom Snowden.

What a bloody treat for a slow old Monday - struggling post the weekend, wondering what the point of it all is... and then a track called Butterflies comes across your desk. You already know it's gonna be good - it is a new project from Big Scary/#1 Dads' Tom Iansek after all - but just how good is a whole other beast entirely. And you can put a lot of that down to the Tom Snowdon, who has collaborated with Iansek in the past on #1 Dads' tracks Return To and that FKA Twigs Two Weeks cover for triple j's Like A Version. Those colabs were a couple of years ago now, and a tigher link-up between the two has been bubbling away ever since - says Snowdon: "For the past two years we've been developing songs for this project, which we recently recorded at the Pieater studio in Collingwood (BellBird). We like similar music and sounds and are great friends. It's been a very intuitive process. That's what this project is really about - exploring and cultivating our artistic relationship, we just follow our ears and our guts.”

Make no mistake, this is an incredibly exciting new project to emerge on the Australian music scene, and Butterflies is an incredible first step:

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