The EP picks up where debut album Beta left off, with both releases being written and recorded during lockdown in Brierley’s bedroom studio and expanding their brand of DIY art/outsider punk.
The EP features various collaborations with clarinet by Theo Bergot, backing vocals by Joe Munsey and Benjamin Mace-Crossley and additional vocals and lyrics by Rosie Pearce.
New single 'Construction' offers a more mid-tempo and danceable experience compared to previous singles 'Awake' and 'Wired/Weird'.
Brierley reflects on some of the lyrical themes throughout the EP:
"It’s much more introspective than Beta. On the album I wanted to create a world through the music, while the EP leans to a more raw and personal style, focusing on myself rather than adopting characters. It feels like four separate songs, all different, but intrinsically linked by the theme of internal realisation. Four fragments, sonic moments, or memories that only feel connected when reflecting back on them."