Following the stateside release of her eponymous debut album on June 5th, Amanda Mair releases the album's second single - House, a stunning piano driven ballad that the Washington Post calls "gorgeous and grown up," adding that Mair "sounds more like Kate Bush than Kate Bush does" on the track.
In addition to offering the album version of House as a free MP3, Labrador is also offering two remixes of the track, one from glitch-soul producer Madeux (who has done remixes for Fever Ray, Active Child, & more) and the first-ever remix from Swedish indie pop heroes Club 8. The new video for House, by Philip Ekstrom of The Mary Onettes (who also produced Mair's album) premiered worldwide via MTV and is also available for posting.
"Gorgeously airy melodies reveal an artist wise beyond her years. - All Music Guide
"An accomplished collection of polished pop and piano balladry" - Chromewaves
"Imagine the Lana Del Rey hype but with real talent." - Indie Rock Reviews
"Swedish pop ingénue" - Brooklyn Vegan
Possessing a light pop touch and a sweetly emotive voice, the young artist could seemingly flourish in any musical context. - Under The Radar
"A Kate Bush for the modern era, Mair is versatile, chilling, and hopefully here to stay." - The Owl Mag
Listen to the Free MP3 via Soundcloud Here
Listen to the Madeux remix Here
Listen to the Club 8 remix Here
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