Like still-burning embers from a recently-extinguished fire slowly filling a room with smoke, this latest single from London/Manchester duo FORINT is a subtle, slow-burning tune.

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“Prisoner” is the second-ever single from London/Manchester duo FORINT and it’s one hell of a beautiful song. It burns at an incredibly slow pace like still-burning embers from a recently-extinguished fire slowly filling a room with smoke. Smooth rolling, it’s buoyed by a sparse and skittering beat, subtly ringing guitar riffs, and slowly percolating bass to accompany softly sung vocals that roughly call to mind the ethereal falsetto of Jeff Buckley.

Yes, it’s only one song, but it’s left me eager to hear more. Take a listen.

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Posted by Matthew Hickey

Matthew is the music editor and co-founder of Turntable Kitchen. He’s addicted to vinyl records, pour over coffee, craft beer, small batch bourbon, and pan roasting pork chops.

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