Belgian duo Esther & Fatou wrap us into the warmth of sun-drenched folk pop with their single “Home” where they speak to our longing for mental peace. It’s a playful tune that also has roots of melancholia where the duo’s cutting-edge vocals create an invigorating chemistry. Stream below:
“‘Home’ recounts a response to a confrontational situation”, Esther & Fatou explain, “In a state of complete disbelief, we are trying to escape the things we can’t handle. There’s nowhere to process, there’s only the road. Searching for some peace of mind.” shared the duo.
Produced by Belgian indie band Isbells’ Gaetan Vandewoude, “Home” is out now via [PIAS] Belgium.
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