While earlier tracks by Australian artost Laura Jane Lowther's electronic pop project KUČKA gleamed in vivid technicolor, her newer material is moving in a slightly darker direction. Via email, Lowther told The FADER that the track we're premiering today, "Divinity," is a good indicator of her current sonic world: "'Divinity' gives an idea of the direction I'm heading with the upcoming EP," she explained. "It's a lot darker than 'Unconditional', and has more layers to the production." We agree with Lowther that it sounds "like you are trying to wade through a viscous fluid"—indeed, the languid, syrupy track seems to pay a little homage to DJ Screw at the end by slowing things up dramatically, setting things to wind up on its own sedated terms. Check it out below.
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