The EP opens with synaesthetic lead single ‘Wavey’, followed by ‘ATV,’ a blissfully subdued introspection of reoccurring dreams and fantasies. “I was touching on how dreams are just moving images, and they exist only in your head, and can just circle like a film on repeat”. Both songs were produced by rising production duo Exmoor Emperor (Christian Alexander, Ama Lou, Rationale), and mixed by David Wrench (the XX, Frank Ocean, Georgia). Closing track ‘Trip’, produced and mixed by Gotts Street Park’s Josh Crocker features shadowy soundscapes invoking nocturnal melancholy inspired by the film Drive. “I imagined moving in a kind of slow motion, sitting back in a space,” Pax says. “Feeling everything in a way that was being narrated.”

Grand Pax first shot to ascendance with acclaimed debut single ‘Comet’ in 2018, heralded by Pitchfork as “a soothing anthem for anyone prone to overthinking it.” 2020 has already seen the release her second EP PWR, drawing in fans from Dazed, Electronic Sound, & The Line of Best Fit, who compare Pax to “fellow Londoners like King Krule, Tirzah, and Arlo Parks—the soulful and serious Brexit Britain generation whose smoky sounds flutter around the Big Smoke,” as well as being named one of Pigeons & Planes Best New Artists. PWR’s title track and lead single was named BBC Radio 1’s Introducing Track of the Week, to date Grand Pax has seen support at Radio One from Annie Mac, Phil Taggart, Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders and Jamz Supernova.