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The wondrous ‘Envelopes (Chapter VI)’ was the first single lifted from Leon Vynehall‘s upcoming debut album Nothing Is Still. With less than three weeks to go until the album is out, the British producer is offering another taste from the record with dancefloor cut ‘English Oak’ and an accompanying Gerd Janson remix. Check out the original below.
Nothing Is Still is out on June 15th through Ninja Tune.
After spending four years crafting his debut album, we can rejoice, for British producer Leon Vynehall is ready to unveil the fruit of his work. Entitled Nothing Is Still and slated for a June 15th release through Ninja Tune, it follows his two incredibly well received extended EP’s, 2014’s Music For The Uninvited and 2016’s Rojus. The record, which also comes accompanied by a Novella and short films, is dedicated to Vynehall’s grandparents, who emigrated from Southampton, UK to New York City in the 60’s. “I knew they had lived in the U.S. and heard many anecdotes”, Vynehall explains. “But it was only after Pops died and my Nan presented these polaroids of their time there; of her waitressing at the New York Mayor’s Ball in ’66, or Pops with horses on a ranch in Arizona, that she delved deeper into their story, and I started to become overtly inquisitive about it”.
The news comes paired with the first wondrous single, ‘Envelopes (Chapter VI)’. Take a listen below.