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Vancouver Duo Evy Jane Are Downbeat but Not Beaten On "Worry Heart"

photographer Amanda Charchian

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A dusty reggae rhythm bubbles beneath Vancouver act Evy Jane's downbeat-but-not-beaten vocals on new song "Worry Heart." At points, her intonation recalls Suzanne Vega's early work—it's that tension between curling introverted thoughts and an ambiguous yearning for another, I think. If you were paying attention you'll have spied her vocals on Grimes' collaborator Kuhyre-oo's latest a month or so back. Despite the name, Evy Jane is not a one-woman-band but a singer/songwriter and a producer—Evelyn Jane Mason and Jeremiah Klein respectively—and "Worry Heart" is taken from the their upcoming EP, Closer, due out August 25th on Ninja Tune.

Vancouver Duo Evy Jane Are Downbeat but Not Beaten On "Worry Heart"