Brazilian born artist PUZZLE, a one-man electro-pop enigma whose darkly emotional
songs attempt to unpick the human condition is back with a brand new single ‘Little Black Book’, taken from his upcoming EP ‘Babylon‘. Inspired by a smorgasbord of influences – from the Pet Shop Boys to Lauryn Hill to Years & Years – PUZZLE’s meticulously-crafted sound world is seductive and sultry.
The new single tackles the fickle nature of modern relationships, with the electro pop experimentalist saying:
“Little Black Book is a song about unrequited love and casual encounters magnified in the context of the digital age. We all constantly seem to be looking for someone better, there’s a non-committal attitude and that is leading to people never being satisfied. The song delves into one of these interactions.”
With haunting echo-heavy percussion, dark synths, and soulful vocals, this track harks back to the electronic stylings of bands like Bronski Beat, and the RnB tinged pop of the 90’s, whilst retaining an clean cut modern feel.
‘Little Black Book‘ is out now.