Seramic returns with jazz tinged ‘The Things You Do’

Lewis Smart /
Jun 28, 2016 / Music

After previous release ‘Found’, Seramic return with incredible, jazz tinged record ‘The Things You Do’.

The record opens with a vibey soul piano interlude that is accompanied with a subtle cosmic chime. It’s smooth and rich. It gently evolves into a gigantic percussion segment and Seramic’s vocals are raw and quite frankly hold the right amount of soul that is needed to make this record a complete and utter belter. His tone is raspy, packing the right amount of emotion and richness.

Seramic is a pioneer of instrumental melodies and hooks, those that built and explode into a vibrant mass of colour. He keeps you on your toes. The production allows you to build and grow with the record too, following all the finer details that lay hidden amongst the exploding guitar instrumentals.

Having supported the likes of Jack Garratt just recently, and having played some hotly anticipated shows at The Great Escape, Seramic’s career seems to be a pretty prosperus one and we are pretty much thrilled and slightly giddy to see what he brings out next. Each and every release seems to be unique and hold its own, yet playing homage to his incredibly powerful orchestral breakdowns.

Roll on more records from Seramic, because you quite clearly will never be let down.

Words by Lewis Smart

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