After Bonobo and Lapalux Collabs, Szjerdene Announces Herself with “Find Me”

The London-raised Alt-R&B songstress is turning heads with her "Paragon" EP.

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Nov 3 2015, 3:12pm

London-raised Alt-R&B siren Szjerdene (that's pronounced "Jer-deen," by the way) first rose to acclaim after lending her vocals to Bonobo's "Towers" from his now seminal album The North Borders. Now, the singer-songwriter is looking to carve out an identity all her own on the freshly released Paragon EP.

The release features production from glitch-scape producer Lapalux on two of its five tracks, and on "Find Me," Szjerdene teams up with producer Quays in what is an immersive bout of art-school R&B. We've got the premiere of the video above, a fittingly reflective visual exercise that matches the track's stripped back self-reference.

With a litany of game-changing artists vetting Szjerdene's talent and a growing catalogue of deeply engrossing music to her name, we're betting FKA Twigs is lookin' older her shoulder these days.

Szjerdene is on Facebook // SoundCloud // Twitter

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