12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Londoner debuts with supremely elegant electro-soul. As exquisitely constructed as these songs are, they’re not so polished that they risk losing traction with your ears. Instead, the best tracks are full of engaging quirks: the haunted, tumbling rhythms of “Hoops”, and “Bring Me Down”’s thawing from spare electro into dazed funk, for instance. JONES’s captivating voice is the real draw though, by turns a blanket of comfort (“Melt”) and a bone-deep ache of longing (“Walk My Way”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Londoner debuts with supremely elegant electro-soul. As exquisitely constructed as these songs are, they’re not so polished that they risk losing traction with your ears. Instead, the best tracks are full of engaging quirks: the haunted, tumbling rhythms of “Hoops”, and “Bring Me Down”’s thawing from spare electro into dazed funk, for instance. JONES’s captivating voice is the real draw though, by turns a blanket of comfort (“Melt”) and a bone-deep ache of longing (“Walk My Way”).

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