4 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of 2015’s most intoxicating discoveries. Exquisitely beautiful electro-folk.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of 2015’s most intoxicating discoveries. Exquisitely beautiful electro-folk.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Perfect and Soothing

Joey_thecool1

The Japanese House quickly became my favorite artist the first time I heard "Still." Her music is incredibly soothing and beautiful, and just from hearing "Clean," I know that this EP is going to, if not as good, better than the Pools to Bathe In EP, which is incredibly hard to top. This music is so enriching and meticulously layered, and I absolutely love it.

Music for the soul

Angelina224835

The Japanese House is calm and soothing. From listening to "Clean", I can tell this Ep will be just as pure and heartfelt as the first one!

Amazing

Stephanie_2013

I fell in love with their music after still

About The Japanese House

The Japanese House is the solo project of London-based singer/songwriter Amber Bain. Crafting a mix of lush dream pop and brooding electronica, the Buckinghamshire native worked under a handful of different monikers before using the Japanese House name in 2015. The name was inspired by a childhood trip to Devon, where she posed as a boy for a week, earning the affection of a neighborhood girl who was later heartbroken to learn Bain's true identity. Owned by actress Kate Winslet, the cottage was called the Japanese House and Bain's memories of her experiences there influenced the intentionally androgynous presentation of her musical work. After signing with U.K. indie Dirty Hit Records, she released a pair of EPs in 2015, beginning with Pools to Bathe In followed a few months later by Clean. A new single, "Face Like Thunder," arrived in 2016. That track was featured on her EP, Swim Against the Tide. In 2017, Bain issued the Imogen Heap-esque "Saw You in a Dream." ~ Timothy Monger

  • ORIGIN
    Buckinghamshire, England
  • GENRE
    Alternative
  • BORN
    July 14, 1995

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