Bon Iver's Justin Vernon joins The Japanese House on her new track 'Dionne'

The woozy, emotive single has been revealed as part of The Japanese House's latest EP Chewing Cotton Wool, out today via Dirty Hit.
Posted: 13 August 2020 Words: Tom Curtis-Horsfall

2019 was a hefty year for The Japanese House - her debut album Good Things Follow was released to widespread critical acclaim, she shared a bill with labelmates The 1975, and sold out countless headline shows herself. With the release of new EP Chewing Cotton Wool, she's hoping to consolidate her upward trajectory.

Featuring on the new, lead single 'Dionne' is Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, proving TJH aka Amber Bain has already begun to garner adulation her contemporaries as well as the critics.

'Dionne', a woozy, emotive composition that lends itself to Vernon's vocoder'd vocal, sees Bain's earnest delivery address her own her own place in the world and how she fits in with her people's worlds too. It's tearjerking but uplifting stuff.

Check out 'Dionne' below:

Chewing Cotton Wool is out now via Dirty Hit.

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