The Japanese House returns with Face Like Thunder

The Japanese House returns with Face Like Thunder

Feels like forever.

For many (including very much myself), The Japanese House was one of THE finds of 2015. She released two brilliant EPs in Clean and Pools To Bathe In, and every track had many around the world (although weirdly, not so much in Australia) swooning over 21-year-old UK producer Amber Bain. Face Like Thunder is her first release for 2016, and it's a welcome return that once again shows a different side to the artist. With a captivating, almost Fleetwood Mac-esque cosmic energy about the track, it again bodes well for future music, which we'll be getting with another new EP, Swimming Against The Tide, due November 11. Until then, enjoy the 2016 return of The Japanese House.

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