Japan
by Tycho featuring Saint Sinner

— Released 11th June 2019

Having recently announced their new album 'Weather' is due July 12th via Mom + Pop Music x Ninja Tune, Tycho are sharing their new single "Japan".

The track comes in two forms, the first features the addition of vocals from Hannah Cottrell (Saint Sinner) and the second is an instrumental piece, which features the vivid signature soundscapes present in the classic Tycho sound. 

Scott Hansen of Tycho said "Similar to 'Pink & Blue' the instrumental versions are not just the ...

Having recently announced their new album 'Weather' is due July 12th via Mom + Pop Music x Ninja Tune, Tycho are sharing their new single "Japan".

The track comes in two forms, the first features the addition of vocals from Hannah Cottrell (Saint Sinner) and the second is an instrumental piece, which features the vivid signature soundscapes present in the classic Tycho sound. 

Scott Hansen of Tycho said "Similar to 'Pink & Blue' the instrumental versions are not just the songs with vocals muted, they are different arrangements with different instrumentation and melodies in place of the vocals. I wanted to explore the idea of approaching songs from two entirely different perspectives.” 

With visuals from director Charles Bergquist, Hansen said the following about the new song "I had just returned from spending some time in Hakone, Japan with my wife’s Japanese relatives. I was thinking a lot about the kinds of electronic music instruments I had been using when I first started making music in the late ‘90s. With Japan I was trying to recapture a part of that sound and combine it with the imagery and experiences from my trip to Hakone. I sent the song to Hannah with nothing more than the title of Japan and she wrote all of the lyrics." 

Japan
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— Released 11th June 2019

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Tracklist

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    Japan  (featuring Saint Sinner)
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    Japan  (Instrumental)
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  1. 1
    Japan  (featuring Saint Sinner)
  2. 2
    Japan  (Instrumental)
  3.  
    Play All (2)

Having recently announced their new album 'Weather' is due July 12th via Mom + Pop Music x Ninja Tune, Tycho are sharing their new single "Japan".

The track comes in two forms, the first features the addition of vocals from Hannah Cottrell (Saint Sinner) and the second is an instrumental piece, which features the vivid signature soundscapes present in the classic Tycho sound. 

Scott Hansen of Tycho said "Similar to 'Pink & Blue' the instrumental versions are not just the ...

Having recently announced their new album 'Weather' is due July 12th via Mom + Pop Music x Ninja Tune, Tycho are sharing their new single "Japan".

The track comes in two forms, the first features the addition of vocals from Hannah Cottrell (Saint Sinner) and the second is an instrumental piece, which features the vivid signature soundscapes present in the classic Tycho sound. 

Scott Hansen of Tycho said "Similar to 'Pink & Blue' the instrumental versions are not just the songs with vocals muted, they are different arrangements with different instrumentation and melodies in place of the vocals. I wanted to explore the idea of approaching songs from two entirely different perspectives.” 

With visuals from director Charles Bergquist, Hansen said the following about the new song "I had just returned from spending some time in Hakone, Japan with my wife’s Japanese relatives. I was thinking a lot about the kinds of electronic music instruments I had been using when I first started making music in the late ‘90s. With Japan I was trying to recapture a part of that sound and combine it with the imagery and experiences from my trip to Hakone. I sent the song to Hannah with nothing more than the title of Japan and she wrote all of the lyrics."