UNTIL THE RIBBON BREAKS TO RELEASE ‘A TASTE OF SILVER’ EP SEPTEMBER 10August 9, 2013
Until The Ribbon Breaks will be releasing his highly anticipated debut EP titled ‘A Taste of Silver‘ on September 10. The five-track EP boasts previously unheard, self-produced original tracks and will be released both digitally and on vinyl in the U.S this fall.
The singer, songwriter and producer first caught everyone’s attention earlier this year when he unleashed his self-made video for ‘Pressure’ on YouTube. The powerful track soon prompted a single release and quickly gained praise from the likes NPR and the BBC.
Since then, fans and critics have praised the UK artist for his dark apocalyptic pop, tinged with infectious R’n'B beats, all sewn together with haunting lyrics, telling tales of regret, infactuation, love, sex and the modern world we live in.
LISTEN TO “PRESSURE” (Dave Sitex Remix)
Up until now, ‘Pressure’ and ‘2025’ have been the only 2 tracks available to the public, both accompanied with self-made videos, spliced together by the artist himself, creating another universe from which to enjoy his music. From September 10th, additional tracks such as ‘Perspective ft. Homeboy Sandman‘, ‘Romeo‘ and ‘Back To The Stars‘ will be available to the public, continuing to reaffirm Until The Ribbon Breaks as one of the most exciting artists to enter the musical arena in 2013.
Besides creating his own music, UTRB has caused a frenzy amongst the blogosphere with his ‘Reimagination’ of The Weeknds’ ‘Wicked Games’, as well as making a guest appearance on the track ‘Job Well Done’ from El-P and Killer Mike’s new album Run the Jewels, out on Fool Gold Records (the album also features artists Big Boi and Prince Paul).
Until The Ribbon Breaks is also warming up the crowd with an exclusive DJ set for New Zealand artist Lorde, just this past Tuesday in New York City he opened up for her and again this evening in Los Angeles. He’ll also be performing live in North America later this year.
WATCH: UTRB Reimagination of The Weeknds’ “Wicked Games”