"Welcome to the city that I live..."

London is a pressure cooker.

Communities piled upon communities until the whole thing fragments, there are times when it all gets too much.

Moments of personal crisis, it's these moments that Deji Okeze addresses on his powerful new solo EP 'SAD'.

Out now, it's a dense, paranoid, but blisteringly creative experience, with the metallic shards of production set against songwriting that speaks of the humane.

Sampha appears on EP highlight '3' while Deji is set to toast its release by supporting Tirzah at her London dates this week.

We're able to share the neo-industrial voices of 'PTSD', a track that opens with a dense electronic pulse as the narrator contemplates "jumping off a bridge..."

"Welcome to the city that I live," he says, half introduction and half warning. Tune in below.

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