Having earned salutes from 6Music's Nemone and Radio 1's Huw Stephens and Rob Da Bank for his trilogy of EPs (001, 002, 003), beat producer Clas Tuuth is gearing up to release his eponymous debut album on London indie label, Need No Water Records. The first single from the set is "Air", and we've got an exclusive of the single's B-side in "They Mostly Come At Night". Sonically, it builds on his increasingly renowned use of percussion and rhythmic textures, but with a longer format at his disposal Clas Tuuth is able to go deeper and expand on these elements.
On top of that, "They Mostly Come At Night" features a pulsating yet fragile melody that reverberates hauntingly around your head, as if you were engulfed in the sound, gradually sinking deeper and deeper into the soundscape. Listen exclusively below.