south england duo spang sisters have shared 'eddie murphy', the first single to be released through their own bathtime sounds label.
"'eddie murphy' depicts the breakdown of a relationship," rachid explains. "wherein the one antidote seems to be an extraneous and seemingly irrelevant source. in this case, it is an eddie murphy movie".
the accompanying video, directed by marie dutton and benjamin spike saunders, has been selected for screening at london's short film festival in january of next year and documents a love story between a fish finger and a sausage. check it out:
drawing from a number of inspirations and infusing elements of folk, jazz and r&b, into their music, spang sisters make a lasting impression of both nostalgia and forward-facing innovation.
"we are very proud of what has emerged from our time of creative reclusion," rachid says. "and we are inexplicably excited for the world to hear it as well as what lies next".
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