London-based Ethan P. Flynn has released Universal Deluge; a purposefully curated seven-track EP, out via Young / Remote Control Records. Alongside the release of the EP, Flynn shares a visualiser for third single ‘Distraught‘.
‘Distraught’ sees the young songwriter, beatmaker and multi-instrumentalist utilise the sound of waves to crash through an infectious alt-pop melody made up of electronics, fluttering rhythms with stripped-back acoustics, all underpinned by Flynn’s idiosyncratic voice.
Universal Deluge marks a significant shift for Ethan P. Flynn and is the by-product of an intensely fruitful creative few years. His unique songwriting craft, ear for production, and versatility have already seen him work with a diverse host of familiar names, including David Byrne, Celeste, and Black Country, New Road.
Created over a three-year period, Universal Deluge showcases the depth and breadth of Ethan P. Flynn’s distinctive, multi-faceted production methods. Building on the success of his debut album B. Sides & Rarities Vol. 1, the Universal Deluge EP plunges into the darker side of experimental pop. Combining electronic experimentation with stripped-back acoustics, it is a further example of the swirling, psychedelic lo-fi masterpieces Flynn conjures.