Moby, Swans and Massive Attack collaborator, Cold Specks, caught up with us ahead of her show at King Tut’s on 2nd October.
KT: Thanks for joining us!
CS: Thank you for having me!
KT: This will be your second show in Glasgow. What’s different this time around?
CS: The first time I played Glasgow in 2012, I was standing up and playing the electric guitar. Since then, there has been a lot of evolution and growth with the sound and set up and I’m really looking forward to bringing this show to the city.
KT: How would you describe your album to fans who haven’t heard it yet?
CS: This album is my most personal work yet. It deals with a variety of topics including love, loss, and diaspora dreaming. The record was mostly written in a period where I was feeling as though I needed to detach from my own sanity and so I disconnected. The album is a document of it all.
KT: Any final words before the show?
CS: Come hang out, detach, get lost, stand up tall, and dance the night away with me!