Gwil Sainsbury helped push alt-J into the mainstream, before opting to leave the Mercury Prize winning band in 2014.
Since then, he's taken a back seat, looking at music in a fresh way and attempting to build something new from the ground up.
LOOR represents the culmination of these efforts. It's about the connection between the personal and the technical, moving between experimental dance music and sonorous, atmospheric songwriting.
The name itself is a Cornish word for a moon deity, and this animistic viewpoint helps frame new single 'Leigh Woods'.
Named after an ancient woodland in Bristol, the sparkling electronics have a trippy, almost neo-psychedelic edge, riddled with colour and nuance.
Reminiscent of Floating Points recent work, 'Leigh Woods' comes equipped with an incredible video, utilising 3D animation and the latest developments in machine learning.
A remarkable video, you can tune in now.
LOOR will release his new 'Nightland' EP on November 22nd; he will make his live debut at London's Shacklewell Arms on November 25th.
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