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This month County Durham’s talented Girl From Winter Jargon is set to release a limited edition 7” featuring two new songs, Song For The Waves and Matilda. With live performances described as a “one girl loopaganza”, Girl From Winter Jargon’s atmospheric alternative edge shines through in this release. Thanks to local Darlington label Butterfly Effect Records, whose recent singles club has seen releases from the likes of Jodie Nicholson and Ceiling Demons, an exclusive 7” will enable fans to get their hands on a lovingly made physical edition.

Each song was written, performed and recorded by Girl From Winter Jargon and mixed with the assistance of Rob Irish. Song For The Waves is said to be inspired by “social ghosting, disillusionment and the healing power of music”; emulating the immense energy transference made possible by various waves, the track includes intricate musicality from squealing guitars to theatrical vocals. Matilda on the other hand, is a rhythmic and harmonious ballad about “loyalty, love and advocacy”, loosely inspired by characters in the Roald Dahl novel. With proto-grunge and neoclassical influences, Girl From Winter Jargon’s work not only includes traditional instruments but also eclectic sounds of dolphin vocals and pot smashing – it’s safe to say we can expect something quite unique.

Girl From Winter Jargon releases Song For The Waves/Matilda via Butterfly Effect Records on 21st February

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