“Impossibly young group who purvey a breezy accomplished shimmer-pop with an ingenious guitar filigree… expansive echo textures… and pleasingly unstable song structures”
Kinnie The Explorer (supported by the PRSF) have a sound quite unlike any other band in the UK. Their music is grounded by folk and lo-fi inspirations, yet crafted in a manner that few of their contemporaries dare to attempt. One of the group’s most notable qualities is their arresting diversity, swerving between gentle murmurings and grand chorus sections at the flick of a switch. The Brighton based four piece demonstrate their vast potential with their debut self titled album which is a bold and unusual work that is full of surprises and unexpected twists, and even curiously self-effacing , a music of dissolution and dreams.