Bakery is a new project from Berlin, using digital technology to make the most organic of sounds.
Absorbing, poetic songwriting, the band's debut album 'Lucy' gained a full release earlier this year through Brooklyn's Axis Mundi Records.
It's not an album to be absorbed quickly – laced with ideas, it recalls Life Without Buildings or even Young Marble Giants in its abstract sweetness.
Album highlight 'Go In' has now received the full visual treatment, and it's an apt introductory point for those new to Bakery's charms.
They explain: "Recorded at 8am on a Tuesday, it's one of those songs that just came to be out of pure nothingness. Noah had some cool rhythm patterns surrounded by this echoing bell sound. From this atmospheric center we simplified and threw in a guitar line, found a theme. Then we added a synth line, bass line, then we had it. Simple ideas, not thought out, just purely felt. Noah then took the rest of the day arranging the track into another world. We knew we had something special, it just needed a vocal. So we sent the track over to Miami, to one of our old friends Austin Paul. He recorded vocals and sent it back over, what he got was a “banger’ so to speak”.
Watch it now.