Listening Post

There’s more music coming from Anohni’s sessions with Hudson Mohawke and Oneohtrix Point Never

Listen to 'Paradise' - the title track from a new companion EP to last year's 'Hopelessness' album

An album that was as thrilling as it was concerning, thought-provoking as it was banging, last year Anohni’s ‘Hopelessness’ was unignorable. The limited live performances which accompanied it were also powerful moments where the album’s themes were brought into stark realisation. You can read our cover feature interview with her from April.

So, good news, there’s more of it. Anohni’s announced a companion EP, coming out on Rough Trade on 17 March. The release features new material – some of which she debuted on stage in 2016.

Anohni’s delivered the news with a new track, ‘Paradise’ and an explanatory post which you can read in full.

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