New single, Secret Waters by Future Love Hangover is not quite what we expected, but we end up loving it.
It’s the type of song that simply needs to be cranked up and appreciated for what it is.
Submerge yourselves in the psyched-out composition below. Enjoy.
The second single off Sincere Input.
Secret Waters was the final song written for Sincere Input. Taking stock of the first draft of the album I felt it didn’t fully capture the fun that went into making the album. To the outside listener it may have felt a little too serious. So Secret Waters was created to counter that, cutting up parts of Ben’s keys from the album recordings over a driving lo-fi house beat before letting Miles loose on a George Harrison esque guitar solo. It’s possibly my favourite song off the record because it just feels effortlessly joyful.
This single is the first off the upcoming third album for Future Love Hangover, Sincere Input. Sincere is defined as free from pretence or deceit; proceeding from genuine feelings. Input is defined as what is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system. This song embodies the concepts of the album. It is the sound of collaborators working together to create without creating.
Future Love Hangover is an ongoing interdisciplinary experimental system by Sydney based artist and music producer Jack Prest. Jack’s work has been featured at Sydney Festival, Vivid Festival, Freespace Festival (Hong Kong), Tanz Im (Berlin), Sydney Opera House, Big Day Out and in media outlets such as Triple J, Rage, BBC, NTS, Pitchfork, Spin Magazine, Thump (Vice) and Earmilk. As a producer and engineer Jack, works for Studios 301 and has worked with artists such as Jonti, Sampa The Great, Urthboy, Godriguez, Golden Vessel and The Preatures.
Released: May 16, 2018
Vocals, Bass, Drum Programming and Synths – Jack Prest
Piano – Benjamin Freeman
Guitar, Synths and Noises – Miles Sharma-Constance
Recorded Mixed and Produced by Jack Prest
Mastered By Steve Smart
Cover Illustration – Joe Wilson
Cover Design – Jordan Charles Stokes