KYLYPSO are indie psych straight out of London, championed by BBC Radio 1’s tastemaker Huw Stephens they are gaining momentum with attention from around the globe.

KYLYPSO open another dimension to their sound with their latest single, “Honestly” – the follow up to their blissful, “Deep Blue”. Approaching a more punchy groove based song, the three piece forge ahead towards a strong, defined sonic identity. Listen here

“Honestly” was written around the idea of escaping the world without moving from your room, in hiding with someone and shutting out the world – there is an internal freedom to explore. “We wanted to have fun with the idea of achieving something by doing nothing. We usually open our live set with this song and feel it’s got a double edge of fun, light hearted groove, against deeper, more epic melodies”.

In parallel with each song, KYLYPSO will also release a zine, featuring design, photos and chats with collaborators / mates.


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