Pati Yang, who you might know from her previous bands Children and FlyKKiller, offers up her solo EP.
It’s slightly different to her previous sounds, but she doesn’t disappoint with these eagerly awaited four tracks.
Let It Go is a treat, with its memorable and unique sounds. Once you’ve picked up on the beat you can’t help but tap your foot, and it won’t be long before you’re doing that either because it’s simple but catchy.
Each track has a different feel to it, so as the EP continues on to Take a While and Breaking Waves, it’s never boring.
Breaking Waves – the closing track – is much slower than the others, and is probably my favourite. Difficult to sing along to though, it’s a bit too high pitched for most voices, but that’s just what makes it special – she uses her unique voice to create something really special.
It’s easy to see why Pati is one of Poland’s most acclaimed electronic artists, after releasing her first much-loved album at just 18 years old. With such a successful music career so far, I’m happy to say that this is very unlikely to be the end of Pati Yang.