Constance Keane, aka Fears, follows up her well received single ‘h_always’ with the dynamic electro-pop tapestry of ‘Fabric.’ An accomplished multi-instrumentalist and producer hailing from Dublin, she has been making waves with her fresh, ethereal approach to vocals and composition, a reputation she upholds in her latest.
Slight changes in her music have been followed by a move to London. Vocals that were previously haunting now have a playful breathlessness to them, draped as they are over a bed of glittering keys and synth. Despite the bright echos however, there is a persistent gloom prevalent throughout, which emphasises the minimalist electro-pop appeal of this track.
Indeed, the vocals are the glue that holds this track together. The distorted backing track allows for Fears to retain an alternative edge while Keane’s subdued electro-canticle propels the pop pedigree of the track forward. Another stand out track from the multi-talented artist who continues to display her potential.