Dahlia Sleeps are a London 4-piece dedicated to writing songs of tuneful tenderness. They've already released an EP earlier this year, proving themselves to have a carefully hewed sound that stirs emotions as much as it catches the ear. In a fit of inspiration, they've already got another mini-album called Love, Lost ready for release before the end of this year.

Today they've shared the first flutter from the collection called 'Storm', and it already shows growth in a short space of time. Speaking about 'Storm', singer Lucy Hill says:

"It’s a song that feels truly us - I feel this comfort in it that I don’t think I’ve felt before. I’ve been reading a tonne of poetry in the last year or so and that's massively inspired me to step up in my writing. When you’re telling a story thats important to you, each word has to count for something. I think that philosophy runs through everything we’ve created on this upcoming EP.”

Hill's voice is a magisterial vessel for these thoughts, and Dahlia Sleeps deftly allow plenty of space for them to float in. A subtly atmospheric track, with shades of synth like silken sheets in the breeze, casting shadows on our central figure, 'Storm' is the perfect entry point to hop into the beautiful world of this fast-rising collective.

Dahlia Sleeps will be headlining London's Omeara on October 19th. To stay abreast about news of the forthcoming EP Love, Lost, make sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.