Fran Lobo is a singer, songwriter, producer, choral composer and sound artist from London. Her work is centred around the importance of having a voice and enabling others to doing the same through her creative and facilitation work. Her work has been shown at the V&A, Southbank Centre and Somerset House and has been critically acclaimed by publications such as DAZED, i-D and The Guardian. From DAZED: ‘FRAN LOBO is one of a kind. The London-based singer songwriter is currently carving out a niche of her own, creating music that all at once manages to be ethereal, empowering and perfect for a sing-along, and conjuring up comparisons to artists as diverse as PJ Harvey, Grimes and Rage Against the Machine’. In 2017, Matthew Herbert asked Lobo to support him at his show at the Barbican. Whilst rehearsing for the show, she jammed out this song in a rehearsal room in Peckham, layering and looping her voice, improvising synth lines and a vocal melody. It came together in 20 mins. It is a favourite for her to perform live because it feels raw, urgent and different each time. After recording it in her bedroom in South London, the track has been slowly built upon with Bruno Ellingham in Massive Attack's Bristol studio as well as at Devon Analogue Studio and Press Play Studios in Bermondsey with Stereolab's Andy Ramsay.