Swedish genre-infusers Little Dragon show no signs of slowing after a career including five album releases and a signing to English Independent record label Ninja Tune. Renowned for front-woman Yukimi Nagano’s serenading vocals chimed in with world music influence - the band are also famous for their creative collaborations with artists including Gorillaz, SBTRKT, Kaytranada, Flume, & even Big Boi.

The Gothenburg four-piece now release their enigmatic four track EP Lover Chanting, adding to a catalogue of playful and body-moving tracks from the past decade. Title track Lover Chanting is a precessional force that is individual in its flat edged sounding percussion and a bass heavy drive as Erik Bodin joins Nagano jubilantly on lead vocals singing, “Are you gonna be my girl, I wanna be, be your man”.

'In My House' protrudes with a treading movement that focuses on the pioneered percussion that is characteristic of Little Dragon and illustrative throughout the EP. With a hypnotic wave that continues onwards, the track is painted with a moment of clarity as it concludes that is suitably refreshing. 'Timothy' concludes the EP (excluding the 'Lover Chanting - Edit'), with whistling introducing a building development into a chorus that seems to emphasise calling out your emotions as your own self explanation.

Lead singer Yukimi Nagano says the EP is about “the force of love. Not only between two people but the force of love in this universe as the ultimate ecstasy. Whether that is while you’re dancing at a disco forgetting where you are or just staring at the moon on a clear night, it can be anything. A swim in the ocean, a glance at a stranger - it’s a personal individual thing. Call it what you want but we have all felt it. So, embrace the great mystery of everything that your brain can’t grasp and lose track in the most beautiful sense.”

Having played a series of live performances stateside this summer, the band co-headlined Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl and Berkley’s Greek Theatre alongside Flying Lotus and BADBADNOTGOOD since their recent collaboration 'Tried'. In support of the EP the band also played a sold out show at London’s Printworks last Friday the 2nd November.