Choir of Young Believers, the project of Copenhagen-based musicmaker Jannis Noya Makrigiannis, offers up a brand new track for us all right now. It arrives after a long break incurred after the release of 2012 album Rhine Gold and, well, the seven-minute long, Ghostly International-released wonder is worth the wait.

Beginning as a piano-led ballad, with dreamy stretched-out psychedelic vocals, complete with a slow, romantic beat with plenty of '80s-esque drum fills, it melts seamlessly into a laid-back house beat, resplendent with glistening digital chords and blooping cascades of synth, edging into a crescendo of noise and sparse bulging bass towards the end of its duration; a song in two halves, a symphony of post-Prince proportions, we hope it heralds good things for the album, which will no doubt be announced be soon.

See below for some live dates.

  • Choir of Young Believers live dates:
  • 13.05 - London, UK @ ELGAR ROOM
  • 14.05 - Brighton, UK @ THE GREAT ESCAPE
  • 15.05 - Utrecht, NL @ NORDIC DELIGHT
  • 17.07- Ostrava, CZ @ COLOURS OF OSTRAVA