The first single from Subculture Sage's forthcoming project has arrived in the hazed-out sounds of "Who's Thinking". Hypeman Sage constructs verses that deal with everything from moral enlightenment to the current economic malaise, "and what I experience in my everyday life." He goes on to say: "I needed a hook that tied these topics together, and having Tertia May on the bridge is literally like a breath of fresh air. I want to challenge the listener's interpretation to a point of self-resonation. I closed my eyes and all of the words came out."
Tying in with the release of Big Smoke Autumn Blues (due out later this year), the Brit-hop duo are set to embark on a string of live dates across the country this month, culminating in Leeds at the end of November. They'll also be throwing a launch party at The Hoxton Sq Bar and Grill on Nov. 27 (buy tickets here). Until that all kicks off, lose yourself in the fatalist rhymes of "Who's Thinking", featuring the soul-dripping tones of Tertia May.