Experimental pop artist Fable shares her new single “Swarm” taken from her debut album Shame. The track is a moody and somewhat reflective tune that is made up of haunting strings, melancholic keys, and urgent drum grooves that are underpinned by her airy and lilting vocal runs. She runs through the emotions as she soul searches for the meaning of self and the dynamics of the cycle of life and with no answers in sight, she keeps pushing on. The track’s arrangement is quite cinematic and the mix has a distinct feel with its ebb and flow approach.


“Swarm” is taken from her album Shame , a project that is rooted in the present, but draws from the past, taking inspiration from the likes of Portishead and Kate Bush, whilst being acutely aware of the challenges Fable’s generation faces. “Being human is more complicated than it has ever been,” Fable explains.

I’ve seen so many young people just spinning in information, feeling like they have all the knowledge but none of the power. I think I’m here to say ‘Look, keep it simple, fuck all of this hype, delete your social media, empower your own experience, compare notes with your child self. What would they think? Being happy doesn’t make you ignorant to the world’s problems. Love yourself and the everyday shit.’ It’s all here.”

The Devon-born singer-songwriter will be performing songs from the twelve-track collection at a headline show at London’s iconic venue The Lexington on 6th August.

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