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About Lesser Pieces

Ushered in by loose drums, vinyl crackle and heavily reverberated synth, singer Diane Badie's haunting vocal immediately sets the tone for Texas, the latest single from elusive, L.A. based electronic duo Lesser Pieces. At turns complex then stark, tender then blurred, Texas sums up the feeling of "future/past promises and the wish for something eternal". The track is both personal yet detached, a multilayered universe of off-centre pop; an affectionate collaboration that accentuates the potency of the music. The song was inspired by a close friend of the duo who got in touch to let them know some tough news—what was happening in her life “just felt so incredibly heavy and also strangely bittersweet that it naturally came out in our music". The pair were in-between studio sessions when they heard from her, so the emotion of the situation “just poured out” into the recordings. Lesser Pieces is the electronic project from Irish multi-dimensional producer Mike Slott and New York-born Egyptian singer-songwriter/composer Diane Badie. It is the culmination of the duo's lauded musical history – a vulnerable yet euphoric statement on modern popular music. Lesser Pieces was spawned from collaborative writing sessions on each of the artist's solo records in Brooklyn – after their first track together “Nightingale” caught the ear of Paul Epworth (Adele, FKA Twigs) who would go on to invite them to work on another project and introduce them to their future producer and close confidant, Patrick Ford (!!!, Tanlines). Written in New York, Dublin, Los Angeles, and London, the beautifully cascading style of Lesser Pieces is a partnership of universal ideals, combining Mike Slott’s eulogized electronic soul – as heard on his releases and roots with LuckyMe – and Diane Badie’s haunting songwriting and siren-esque vocals. With more tracks recorded in recent sessions, 2018 promises to be a big one for Lesser Pieces. Diane Badi'é & Mike Slott
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Genres:
Pop, Electronic
Hometown:
New York City, New York

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About Lesser Pieces

Ushered in by loose drums, vinyl crackle and heavily reverberated synth, singer Diane Badie's haunting vocal immediately sets the tone for Texas, the latest single from elusive, L.A. based electronic duo Lesser Pieces. At turns complex then stark, tender then blurred, Texas sums up the feeling of "future/past promises and the wish for something eternal". The track is both personal yet detached, a multilayered universe of off-centre pop; an affectionate collaboration that accentuates the potency of the music. The song was inspired by a close friend of the duo who got in touch to let them know some tough news—what was happening in her life “just felt so incredibly heavy and also strangely bittersweet that it naturally came out in our music". The pair were in-between studio sessions when they heard from her, so the emotion of the situation “just poured out” into the recordings. Lesser Pieces is the electronic project from Irish multi-dimensional producer Mike Slott and New York-born Egyptian singer-songwriter/composer Diane Badie. It is the culmination of the duo's lauded musical history – a vulnerable yet euphoric statement on modern popular music. Lesser Pieces was spawned from collaborative writing sessions on each of the artist's solo records in Brooklyn – after their first track together “Nightingale” caught the ear of Paul Epworth (Adele, FKA Twigs) who would go on to invite them to work on another project and introduce them to their future producer and close confidant, Patrick Ford (!!!, Tanlines). Written in New York, Dublin, Los Angeles, and London, the beautifully cascading style of Lesser Pieces is a partnership of universal ideals, combining Mike Slott’s eulogized electronic soul – as heard on his releases and roots with LuckyMe – and Diane Badie’s haunting songwriting and siren-esque vocals. With more tracks recorded in recent sessions, 2018 promises to be a big one for Lesser Pieces. Diane Badi'é & Mike Slott
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Genres:
Pop, Electronic
Hometown:
New York City, New York

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