KINS Go Big on ‘Little Dancer’
The epic new track is the second single from the band's upcoming "Cyclical" EP
Almost nothing sounds small on “Little Dancer,” the latest single from the Stockholm/London-based quartet KINS. The second track they’ve shared from their upcoming Cyclical EP, it’s an almost nine-minute epic in which every moment — even its hushed, reverb-heavy guitar intro — feels like a grand gesture. Floating atop wobbly synths and an ever-thumping bass drum, lead singer Thomas Savage’s malleable falsetto oscillates between Perfume Genius-like delicacy and a biting whine that recalls Alt-J’s Joe Newman. But his voice is just one texture among many here, and it ultimately gives way to a well-earned maelstrom of cymbals and synths.
The Cyclical EP is out July 6 via East City Records. Stream “Little Dancer” right here.