“Who Am I To Follow Love” sees Kyle Molleson team up with Babeheaven vocalist Nancy Andersen to create a reflective mood. The track is accompanied by a new webpage designed by Kyle, featuring a collection of images documenting the making of Loud Patterns.
We're told that Loud Patterns is an album that’s "noticeably indebted to house and techno." Channelling avant-garde experimentalism and an outsider’s interest in pop, Kyle "embraces the distance between those two poles," the label explains.
The album arrives after a series of releases that have established his particular, in-between approach to dance-minded music. He put out two EPs on Manchester-based imprint Handsome Dad, a one-off single with Adult Jazz, and the self-released Temple Works EP; Whities also released a limited-edition white label of a Minor Science dub of one of his tracks.
Loud Patterns LP will land on April 6 via Secretly Canadian, with "Who Am I To Follow Love" streaming in full above.