A 2 track crossover jazz single (7m 48s) — released June 12th 2024 on Running Circle Records

London-based experimentalists Kinkajous debut their atmospheric new single, "Heliosphere". Taken from their forthcoming album "Nothing Will Disappear", this track offers a whirling dreamland of electronic orchestrations and instrumental sensibility. "Heliosphere" surges with intensity, boasting a relentless pace and captivating energy.

Led by drummer/producer Benoît Parmentier and saxophonist Adrien Cau, Kinkajous boast a formidable lineup with keyboardist Jack Doherty and bassist Andres Castellanos. Parmentier recounts: "Heliosphere emerged from a singular vision—a creation that materialized in an instant. We wanted to give it an almost architectural quality, building upon linear layers that evolve ceaselessly, drawing listeners into a trance-like state. Our approach was intentionally minimalist, with a focus on raw, potent energy, achieved through a restrained selection of elements and synths."

“So glorious” - Sian Eleri BBC

Beautiful orchestral and electronic colours - Seonaid Aitken BBC

“Moving, cinematic music that inspires contemplation without the use of words.” - Earmilk

a creative masterclass on concept and execution - Ex-Friendly Truth & Lies

Très cinématique - Alex Dutilh France Culture

‘Big fan of these guys’ - Tina Edwards WWFM

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