Shelter Point's early soundscapes hinted at the astral sounds of Boards of Canada and Mount Kimbie, providing the backdrop for their vocals. Developing their sound with a series of tactile exercises in melancholy electronica, UK based two-piece Shelter Point seek to impress once more.
‘Fuse’ showcases Shelter Point's evolvement; the textural song writing as sharp as ever and poised vocal reintroducing their dark and meditative quality.
The Nottingham pair have also recently been working with three times Grammy winner Steve Dub, (who has worked with Leftfield, Prodigy, New Order, UNKLE, Chemical Brothers, Primal Scream, Beth Orton, Roots Manuva and Underworld.)
Having played at Great Escape, Live at Leeds, Record Store Day, Bestival and supported Jack Garrat. plus live sessions including BBC Introducing, Red Bull and Vevo DSCR, Shelter Point’s future is set through a forthcoming string of new singles and full length album in 2017.
It’s out now, check it out below.