‘Not One To Say’ is the follow up to the band’s debut ‘Fool’, which was released last month. ‘Not One To Say’ reveals more of the band’s unique sound, it’s melancholic, almost gothic introduction building to a brass-backed, drum & bass inflected crescendo.
STITCH say: “Not One To Say is a nostalgic self-reflection of the past. It deals with feeling lost, spaced out in a dream-like state, and trying to comprehend loss and your part to play in it. The song highlights how the repression of words and emotions, internalising rather than expressing your feelings to others can lead to a different, perhaps less clear path than you expected. It looks back with both a warm embrace of the good times, but also a wistful sense of longing for who you were before life began to change.”
STITCH are Nikita, Gray and Kye; three friends who originally met at university. Their music fuses intricate vocal harmonies with lush, emotive textures and infectious rhythm, all written and produced from their West London living room.
The band blends a unique and organic, raw musical sensibility with modern electronic elements. As well as recording their debut EP, they have also already successfully transferred this sound from the studio to the stage, and have performed to packed crowds in the UK, including the main stage in Trafalgar Square for London Pride.
STITCH will release their debut EP early in 2018. More new music will be revealed soon.