You may have heard The Japanese House‘s experimental sounds seeping up through the cracks in the floorboards at the tail-end of 2015, but underneath her moniker Amber Bain’s dystopian art pop is a perfect companion as January’s gloom enshrouds.

The curtain call of her sophomore EP is a curious concoction; laptop percussion thwacks, a piano ominously plonks and a funky math-tinged guitar lick fidgets. All the while the androgynous-voiced 19-year-old is at the centre of its abstract arrangement, holding the eclectic blend together with delicately mesmerising vocals in the same vein as previous #FoundSound Grace Lightman.

However, it’s the London-based artist’s penchant for Bon Iver-style multi-tracked vocals that sets her apart; the forward-thinking production and layers here are a thing of haunting beauty.