PBSR is the moniker of young producer Pablo Serrano, who hails from Murcia in the South of Spain, although he has been living in London since moving to attend the College Of Music.

Combining the sounds he heard growing up around musician parents and devouring music in his teenage years, including the likes of Mike Oldfield, Brian Eno, Pink Floyd and Sigur Ros, he has grown into a compelling music maker in his own right. These diverse and expansive sounds have found their way into his own work as PBSR, which comes out sounding fully-formed and more experienced than his 24 years. He is set to release his debut 6-track EP ...and dusky doors, and today The 405 has the pleasure of premiering the first single to be taken from the release, 'Volcano'.

The song is combination of analogue instrumentation, giving it a tactile and in-the-room feel, imbued with delicate production elements that elevate it to something grandiose and utterly bewitching. The hallmarks of those aforementioned influences can be heard in the subtle grandiosity of this track, which ushers you into a warm shroud of emotion. Serrano says of 'Volcano': "[it] made me break the barrier and embrace the lo-fi recording. It also shaped the direction this EP was taking: acoustic instruments and the excitement of the electronic landscape put together through experimentation and improvisation."

Listen to 'Volcano' below.

PBSR will be bringing his live show to London on February 24th, when he'll be supporting Indian Wells at Birthdays: tickets here.

The ...and dusky doors EP will be coming out on April 27th through Yucatan Records. The release is sure to be for creator and listeners alike, who will get to experience a new and unique voice. Keep up with PBSR on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Soundcloud.