Sun’s Signature (Elizabeth Fraser of Cocteau Twins and Damon Reece) Share New Song “Golden Air” | Under the Radar | Music Blog for the Indie Music Magazine
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Sun’s Signature (Elizabeth Fraser of Cocteau Twins and Damon Reece) Share New Song “Golden Air”

Sun’s Signature EP Due Out June 18 via Partisan; It’s Fraser’s First Original Music in 13 Years

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Sun’s Signature, a new project from Elizabeth Fraser (formerly of Cocteau Twins) and her partner Damon Reece, are releasing their self-titled debut EP on June 18 via Partisan. Now they have shared its first single, “Golden Air,” which is also Fraser’s first original music in 13 years. Listen below.

The EP was unofficially announced in February and is due out on Record Store Day, with a digital release to follow sometime in July. The EP features Fraser’s 2000 limited-edition single “Underwater” as well as two songs that she performed at the 2012 Meltdown Festival, “Golden Air” and “Make Lovely the Day.”

In 2016, Fraser and Reece composed the score for the British TV series The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells. Fraser’s most recent solo release was the 2009 single “Moses.” In 2020, she was featured on the Jónsi song “Cannibal,” which was one of our Songs of the Week.

Reece has been the longtime drummer in Massive Attack, who Fraser has also collaborated with. He was previously a member of Spiritualized and Lupine Howl (an offshoot of Spiritualized), as well as Echo and the Bunnymen. He also recorded and performed with Baxter Dury, Goldfrapp, The Flies, Butch Vig’s 5 Billion in Diamond, and more.

The songs on Sun’s Signature have been in the works for over two decades, since the breakup of Cocteau Twins in 1997.

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