A well-established member of the South London jazz scene, Laura Misch's music can be poetic or abstract, but for new track 'Hibernate' she's approaching a topic around which there needn't be anything but clarity: homelessness. She explains the inspiration and approach on the new track, saying:

"It was pretty freezing in London, so naturally I wanted to reflect that and Hibernate was about creating the most glacial synth-saturated sound world i could, so rather than a song I see Hibernate as an instrumental with a sung hook.

Whilst producing I was getting the train up and down London listening to my mixes of the track a lot and giving out money to the increasing amount of homeless people when i could, but never feeling like it was enough. living in the UK you are most confronted with the weathers extremes when your aware of the estimated 300,000 people who are homeless - hibernation is a luxury.

I couldn’t stop thinking about this when producing the song so have decided that all proceeds from the tracks sales on Bandcamp will go to homeless shelters."

You can listen to the glacial and striking 'Hibernate' via the embed below, but we would encourage all of you to go and contribute to Crisis (the London-based charity fighting homelessness) by buying the track from Laura Misch's Bandcamp.