British electronic artist Loraine James has announced her debut album under the ambient moniker Whatever the Weather. The self-titled LP is due out April 8 via Ghostly International. She’s previewing the record with lead single “17°C” and a music video, directed by Michael Reisinger, that features a woman dancing outside at night. Check it out below.
Whatever the Weather spans 10 tracks in total. Each song title takes its name from a different temperature and aims to replicate the mood it prompts. James cites Deftones’ Chino Moreno and American Football’s Mike Kinsella as inspirations while pitching her voice for the project.
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05 2°C (Intermittent Rain)