We were introduced to Dutch 5-piece  ensemble, ROSEYE last month via their single ‘Sacred’. It was  an intricate thing – cinematic in places, smooth and gentle and a showcase for lead singer Tallulah Rose’s haunting voice. Not soul – but a neo-soul vibe about it.

Hear more of the same on the group’s just released album, ‘Every Move’. Of that album, the band say: “We’re all about diving into that deep connection music brings – mixing up explosive, groovy vibes with some trippy and peaceful sounds. Our album ‘Every Move’ touches on some personal themes like sexuality, spirituality, nature, and grief, we wanted it to be liked a journey through the highs and lows of life”

If that description intrigues you, you’ll need you know that the LP is out now via Super Sonic Jazz and the focus tracks seem to be the neo-soul meander ‘Expectations’ and the more complex ‘Fading’ . To contextualise, Roseye say they draw inspiration from luminaries like Jordan Rakei, Hiatus Kaiyote, and Robert Glasper.