The debut album from Breton isn't out until next week but we have a new track for you. '2 Years', which is taken from Other People’s Problems, has a pretty emotional back story as Roman Parrak explained to The Fader:

”I was seeing this girl, her dad had died two years before and it was the anniversary of her fathers death. At this stage I didn’t realise that she was still as messed up about it as I later found out she was. Without going into too much detail I found myself in this awkward position where she wanted to go to the hospital where he’d died. And because I’d never had to cope with a parent dying, it was one of those moments where you’re like, ‘Am I ever going to be qualified to deal with this in an effective way?’ Not as in, I don’t want to have to deal with this myself, but I really wanted to help her. She ended up trying to get into the cancer ward in Guy’s Hospital in London Bridge. And I was standing next to her and suddenly thought, ‘What the fuck are we doing?’”

Roman went on to explain why he recruited new vocal sensation, Py, ”I got this singer called Py to sing on it. It’s the only bit on the record where I wanted to see what a slow song would sound like if I chopped up all the vocals and samples.”