Kid Fiction welcomes the smoke-filled, pastel-hued video for his enthralling single ‘She’.

Armed with a camera Kid Fiction and film crew unknowingly slipped through a hole in the fence at Sydney Airport to film. Halfway through they were stumbled upon by a group of police with flashlights and told to move on. The result is some incredibly close overhead plane scenes, mixed with some moody, hazy scenes of Fiction.

From his recently released debut EP, ‘She’ is strung together with sporadic vocal elements and metronomic percussion. It showcases Kid Fiction’s array of finely tuned, lo-fi, electronic vibes, culminating in an uplifting electro-pop jam.

The long-awaited debut self-titled EP is a collection of beautifully dissonant electronics and contrasting glitchy beats. Written and recorded in the first half of 2017, it is the end result of two decades of musical experimentation and sees Fiction’s vocals appear for the first time on a recording. The EP saw acknowledgments from tastemakers globally includingPilerats, Indie Shuffle, Backyard Opera, Music Feeds and XLR8R with tracks receiving rotation on triple j unearthed, Double J and KCSS in California.

The idiosyncratic producer also oversold his Sydney single launch at Freda’s, playing to a room full of fans chanting his lyrics.

Cutting his teeth playing in various bands and formats, the auspicious producer has accumulated sets at Yours & Owls Festival, Vivid Live, Listen Out and Peats Ridge Festival.

“…a gripping release from start to finish – restrained in places, lush and grandiose in others.” – Pilerats

“A track of this melodic complexity is quite rare to hear from somebody on their debut body of work…” – Acid Stag

“Good things are worth waiting for.” – 4ZZZ



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