Not many artists can boast being discovered by Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah, but Australian outfit Big Words – comprised of childhood friends Will Scullin and Kieren Lee – are bringing something boundary-pushing to the table.
Since getting their big break back in 2016, the duo have been making waves with their sun-soaked brand of textured alt-R&B – all DIY indie production, ethereal falsettos and mellifluous melodies.
And Big Words have now dropped “Cherry”, their brand new mixtape, which features their lead track “Sink Or Swim”, packed with playful rhythms, sultry undulating vocals, and soulful gospel-style crescendos. To be listened to with a drink in hand with heat streaming down on your skin.
Listen to mixtape “Cherry” below…