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Dixon has shed his old skin in favour of a new musical form in the frame of Fyfe. Solace is the first track released from Dixon’s new album ‘Control’ and sees him firmly in it. The track is a stark commentary on the debilitating nature of depression, “Living isn’t easy, when you’ve been free and it’s taken away, I will lay my head down, until some sense has been found”.

Solace is an exhibit of balance, with calculated silences and celestial choirs both playing equal parts behind Dixon’s otherworldly vocal sfumato. The video is a brushstroke of genius with Fyfe acting as a canvas for his art (literally), paint is layered on Dixons face only to be slowly removed to unveil the artist in an interlocking stare, complementing his pervious artwork. Solace is not only Fyfe’s ‘Mona Lisa’ but his ‘Scream’ as well.

‘Control’ is out now on Believe Recordings