Toronto polymath Prince Josh has shared new single 'Blood'.
The electronic aesthete seems to tap into the darker, dystopian qualities of city life, channelling this via their art.
Debut album 'The Joy' lands on March 6th, giving Prince Josh the breadth required to match those initial ambitions.
New song 'Blood' is online now, with the brooding electronics recalling the LA based darkness of those early John Carpenter soundtracks.
Close collaborators LA Timpa and Yves Jarvis join proceedings, supplying creative inter-connections to take 'Blood' to a fresh space.
Josh explains: “They are two of my favourite contemporary artists. Yves Jarvis is my cousin and LA Timpa is a very close friend who I met during a crucial part of my life. I wanted to connect the dots between blood relatives and friends and what it means to be a ‘family.’“
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Lauren Armstrong
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