Artist to Watch//The Japanese House
The Japanese House, a pseudonym used by 19-year-old Amber Bain, is releasing an EP tomorrow—Pools to Bathe In—through our favorite UK-based indie label, Dirty Hit, who have given us artists such as the ever-so-popular The 1975, four-piece alternative rock band Wolf Alice and singer/songwriter Marika Hackman.
The Japanese House’s style of music is a cross between alternative pop and dreamy melodies. Produced by her and The 1975’s Matty Healy and George Daniel, you can hear their influences in her music, but that does not take away from Bain’s exquisite lyrics and haunting vocals.
“Pools to Bathe In” consists of four songs: Pools to Bathe In, Teeth, Still and Sister. All of which are exceptional and will transport you to another realm where all your problems aren’t relevant and you can just groove to music that speaks to you on a different level.
There is not much known about the teen behind the limited edition pastel pink vinyl (that you can buy here) and feel good music, other than she is the next big thing. Her music will leave you breathless, in the best way possible.
Make sure to buy “Pools to Bathe In” tomorrow and keep your eyes peeled for The Japanese House.
For now, you can pre-order “Pools to Bathe In” here.