Yumi Zouma: “The Brae”
This month, in a secluded corner of the internet, New Zealand artists Yumi Zouma has been releasing the songs from their debut self-titled EP. Their music is a dapper kind of disco that best suits Tinydancing (where your limbs can’t move more than two inches away from your body) outdoors. They’ve released four singles thus far, but “The Brae” -Old Norse for “slope” or “hill”- is the by far the catchiest of the bunch. In waveform, the song resembles the top of a pine forest; constantly rising and falling into the distance. And as cheesy as that description may be, when you hear the song you’ll understand.
“The Brae” comes from the Yumi Zouma EP, out February 11th from Cascine.
Here are some of the other tracks from the EP, including “Riquelme” which is an exclusive from the good folks over at Under The Radar right now.
“Sålka Gets Her Hopes Up”
“A Long Walk Home For Parted Lovers”