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& David are resolutely not Kurt Russell and, er Dave, but a him/her electronic duo with a folk background. Liz Lawrence (as ‘David) produced her debut, folk album with Tim Ross (Cash) at the helm but has since taken a veer down electronica avenue.

Bones is their third single, and it sounds effortlessly accomplished. With a languorous sound that’s all pulsed beats, woozy synths and loose percussion, it could easily be an end of night anthem for the HypeM generation. The video is artistic, and in true form, matches choreography that complements the song perfectly (directed by renowned director James Willis).

As part of a trio of songs, it’s the perfect excuse to delve back into previous efforts and join the dots at your leisure.