The Japanese House streams another beautiful single with “Cool Blue”
If you've yet to jump on the Japanese House bandwagon, there's still a little time before it takes off without you. Amanda Bain, the young and elusive London native who produces beautiful tunes under the banner of the Japanese House, is already sharing another single from her upcoming second EP, titled Clean. Following the flawless title track released last week, "Cool Blue" embodies its equable title with a laid-back tranquility that will relax you to no end. Channeling the chill vibes of acts like Bon Iver and Copeland, Bain continues to crush it in the indie-pop world as she produces gem after gem with the aid of George Daniel and Matthew Healy of the 1975 fame. Get entranced by "Cool Blue" below (via Noisey) and let us know what you think.
Clean, the newest four-track extended play from the Japanese House will be out on November 6 through Dirty Hit Records. You can pick up a pre-order now through iTunes, or the label if you'd like a limited edition vinyl copy. If you're in the U.K. region, you have the opportunity to see the Japanese House very early in her career as she'll be on a short tour next month starting on October 4 in Oxford. Those dates can be found below.
October 2015 tour dates:
4 – Oxford – The Bullingdon
5 – Bristol – Louisiana
6 – Southampton – Joiners
7 – Brighton – Bleach
9 – Manchester – Fallow Cafe (sold-out)
10 – Glasgow – Nice N Sleazy
11 – Leeds – Oporto
12 – Nottingham – Bodega
13 – Birmingham – Sunflower Lounge
15 – London – Barfly (sold-out)