Suli Breaks Explores Digital Disconnection On New EP ‘Synthetic Heartbreak’

Suli Breaks, the London-based poet and spoken word artist, is set to release his latest EP, Synthetic Heartbreak on June 14. Renowned for his expressive wordplay and profound political and personal reflections, Suli Breaks has captured the attention of audiences, he navigates through the complexities of modern relationships and the often isolating effects of technology on human relationships.

The EP delves into themes of love, loss, and digital disconnection, reflecting contemporary concerns through a blend of poignant lyrics and captivating electronic arrangements. Synthetic Heartbreak marks a significant departure from Suli’s previous collaborations with the iconic electronic music group Faithless.

The production of the EP was a collaborative effort with music producer M4L4Y4, who has previously garnered support from prominent figures like BBC’s Mary Anne Hobbs and Rob Da Bank.

Synthetic Heartbreak is not just a musical project, it is an immersive experience. The EP features an animated character designed by a renowned video game animation artist, which serves as a visual representation of the fusion between human emotion and synthetic sound.

This new solo venture sees him exploring electronic music, blending slow-burning synths with hip-hop beats to create a soundscape that is both innovative and deeply moving.

Suli Breaks continues to push the boundaries of his artistry with this new EP demonstrating his ability to transcend genres. This EP is a testament to his evolution as an artist and his ongoing commitment to exploring new creative territories.

Listen to Synthetic Heartbreakright here!


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