"Soul music from out of space" (Mick Fleetwood)
"Brooding, dark and languished, Just the way we like it!" (BBC Introducing South)
“The most exciting and intriguing new release in years” (Right Chord Music)
Porcelain are an anonymous musical collective created as a counterpoint to society's obsession with celebrity culture. Faceless mannequins and androgynous dolls, symbolise our wish not to be defined by labels.
Just 7 weeks ago, Porcelain announced themselves to the world via social media. The message read i. This is the beginning. Since then, individually numbered communications and video teasers have reached half a million people. All this before a song was released.
Last Friday, (12th June) all that changed with ‘Last Word,’ Porcelain’s first full length track, it arrived via a painstakingly handcrafted, stop motion video which premiered on Facebook and YouTube.
‘Last Word’ is about the entanglement of two people. A conflict between the finality of the end and the impact of a past that binds them together. It hails a salute to 'everything' that once was, beauty, pain, creation and destruction fading out to nothing but the last word. ‘Last Word’ signals Porcelain’s arrival.
‘Last Word’ will feature on the first of three Porcelain EPs. The EPs form part of an intriguing connected story, which will be slowly revealed across Porcelain’s website and social media. The release date for the first EP will be announced shortly along with details of a Spotify pre-save campaign.
Despite their infancy, Porcelain have already attracted the attention of Fleetwood Mac legend Mick Fleetwood, who described their music as “Truly amazing! “It’s like soul music from out of space, brought to the listener to teach them to release close held emotions.” Mick Fleetwood has personally chosen Porcelain to support him, for a new music project ‘I Just Called’ sponsored by Bose in support of Nordoff Robbins music therapy.
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