London-based art pop project KYOTI released their debut offering Cave In.
With a focus on narratives that tell of love, loss, isolation, madness, the sugary-sweet 80s-inspired song is about the past and the future, with a friendship caught in the midst. It addresses the increasing divide between people who have grown up together and is a plea to those who have moved on, sold up, and mellowed out, to remember where they come from.
Already confirmed a session at London’s Sofar Sounds and with further material in the pipeline, the trio will also prove their multiple talents with Cave In‘s accompanying monochromatic visuals, featuring nostalgic archive footage characterised by a mesmerising motif of hands in an echo of the single’s artwork.
Having forged their own paths individually across the disciplines of music, theatre, art and film, KYOTI bring a broad spectrum of influences to the table in their unification as a band. The result is a unique meeting of music and visuals that promises to resonate with any listener looking for a sweet escape.