Mellah, aka Peckham musician and producer Liam Ramsden is preparing for the release of his debut EP Liminality, out via Lucky Number on May 12. From the EP, he’s released a new track ‘Round’.
Of the track, Ramsden says “The song is an attack on the entrenchment of war in the everyday, considering how a person can be broken down and rebuilt to fervently believe murder is not murder if it’s institutionalised.” It’s a stripped back indie rock affair, Ramsdens vocal immediate against this bare guitar backing at the beginning, before being joined by more (backing) voices and instruments as it begins to unfurl.
Check it out, here
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Mellah is the alias of Peckham musician and producer Liam Ramsden. Produced in Mellah’s studio by Liam and Oli Barton-Wood, Liminality is the raw and organic first release from one of South London’s most engaging new voices.
Mellah’s debut EP Liminality is released May 12th via Lucky Number.