HAUS are fast becoming one of the most talked about bands in the UK so we thought we’d get in on the action for their newest release. Today the Tottenham based cross-genre 5-piece release their SWYSEP. The five-track EP, produced by Everything Everything’s Alex Robertshaw, features new single ‘Don’t Care Enough’, previously released singles ‘Say What You Say’, ‘Gave You All’ and ‘Levels’ and new track ‘Oblivion’.
Frontman Ashley Mulimba has a lot to say about the EP and it’s inspiration. “This EP highlights the main questions people are quite often scared to address, (as cliché as it sounds) why are we actually here and what is our purpose? Why is GOD and life after death such a big topic in our everyday lives at least some of it isn’t the truth? What mysteries lie beyond the reach of our senses?”
“It also speaks about the dark time we are going at the moment but sense of hope and togetherness we’re getting from it, the sense of belief and inspiration we can draw from it. We live in a society now that oppresses our creativity and originality. A society that separates us makes us compete against each other. We blame society, but we are society. We can change.”
What HAUS have built themselves so far is remarkable, and it’s only the beginning. As they continue to take it up a level with every release who knows what they can achieve.