Releasing music on the French imprint Fake Music, the budding and anonymous artist from the Sudan known as Edyth has been traversing his way through the world with a stunningly unique sound. Following the release of his debut EP, Bare I, Edyth sat down with Pigeons and Planes to explain that the whole project is “a narrative-backed, sci-fi influenced, and earth-inspired project that I’ve dreamt of exploring ever since I took up music producing.”

Following on from Bare I, Edyth is preparing to release his sophomore EP, Àgua Verde. To help celebrate this fact, Edyth has graciously offered up the EP’s title track as today’s XLR8R download. Psychedelic in nature, the track spins around with grace-like watercolors on glass (as the EP art suggests), while featuring a charming guitar riff, luxuriant vocal samples, and a knavish, rebelling drum arrangement.

You can download the track “Àgua Verde” below via WeTransfer.

Àgua Verde