New Zealand group Yumi Zouma are a case of sheer talent winning out.

The group's remarkable songwriting has taken them from Christchurch to the world, scooping a deal with Polyvinyl in the process.

Maturing with each passing project, Yumi Zouma retain that melodic thirst, and recently returned with new album 'Truth Or Consequences'.

The band's first major release in two years, it was a bold, sumptuously recorded return, containing some uniquely personal moments.

Taken from the album, 'Sage' offers lo-fi electronics set against indie songwriting, the half-whispered vocals recalling The xx in their intimacy.

A song about parting and self-care, it comes equipped with a softly shot video.

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