Released August 2015 on Kwaidan Records and !k7.
The EP Includes an exclusive BRETON Remix
Hailed by METRO as "One for Tricky and Bat for Lashes fans" and by CLASH for "it's darkly exciting electronics... a voice that is both operatic and gothic"
‘Run Back To Never’ is the intriguing debut EP from newcomers The Living Gods of Haiti. It consists of three darkly beautiful, atmospheric songs full of other worldliness and mystery.
Lead track ‘The Hunt, The Harvest, The Sea’ features ethereal, knowing vocals whispering over the top of a tribal beat that drives us through a relentless wave of synth.
Already played by Eddy Temple Morris on XFM and described by him as “the most beautiful song you will hear this year”, ‘A Winter in Summer’ has a languid deep bass line slow moving under a delicate, child like piano, accompanied by gorgeous vocal harmonies.
The final track ‘Father’ features ethnic drums beating underneath haunting chords. Vocals shift between the bold style of the narrator, and the powerful, seductive chant of the Father.
Taking their name from Maya Deren’s documentary film ‘Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti’, this outfit is fronted by singer, writer, poet and video maker Rebekah.
The EP was produced by Marc Collin, best known for his work with Nouvelle Vague & Yasmine Hamdan.