First Listen:

Patchwork Guilt

“Get To Rest”


by tom johnson

A year on from the release of her second full-length ‘Dreaming On The Internet’ LP, and six months since the release of the ‘Gold Books’ EP, Patchwork Guilt today unveils new track “Get To Rest” and it sits as something as a marker-point for the Liverpool-based songwriter, because tying in with the release of the track will be her first ever band performance (streamed online), having never performed her “bedroom tinkerings” in a live space before.

Instantly evocative, from those subtle run of chords that open the track, “Get To Rest” is a soft-centred pop song, Phoenix Mundy’s alluring voice quietly draping itself across the playful instrumental backing that unrolls itself subtly behind the whole thing. The first of a new set of singles to be released with Bristol’s Chiverin (Tamu Massif, Rhain) the new track is a charming proposition; a glowing pop song to light up the much darker months ahead. Stream it below.


photograph by emanuele bosman

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