An Alien Called Harmony announce debut self-titled EP and share first single ‘Ruminations’

Photo: Sophie Jouvenaar

Drummer, composer and vocalist Momoko Gill and visual artist, filmmaker and poet Nadeem Din-Gabisi have both been an integral and highly respected part of the London’s thriving jazz and hip-hop scenes. The pair have teamed up for a new project called An Alien Called Harmony and a self-titled EP is the first fruit of this collaboration. Their debut EP, as the press release describes, “holds a mirror up to the realities of mortality and conflict, forging a hybrid sound defined by sonic playfulness, spontaneous improvisation and just a little philosophical questioning”.

The EP arrives on March 15th through New Soil x Total Refreshment Centre and for a taste of what’s to come, the pair have shared the bewitching ‘Ruminations’ as the first single. In their own words, the track is “a lush, airy fever dream, reflecting on the gap between what we intend to communicate and how it is received”. The single comes with a visualiser and you can watch below.

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