breathe. Ache For Raves & Friends Long Gone on New Single “Where You At These Days”

Photo by Jack Henry
March 27 2024

PRAISE FOR breathe.

“A sultry underworld that pulls you right in.”



triple j

“Hushed and beautiful…synths that swell up like snow drifts.”


“Immersive, soulful late-night vibes…stellar.”


“breathe. bask in the eerie comfort of moonlight…blends the beauty of a peaceful night with the pensive feeling of being surrounded by darkness.”

The Line Of Best Fit

“Chillingly soulful.”


“ ambitious creation aimed at providing a sense of belonging that’s been lost in the midst of crisis.”

Lyrical Lemonade

“Hazy and mysterious...brilliantly minimalistic.”


“Where You At These Days” is out now, buy/stream it here.

Today, the Sydney, AU duo breathe. — who’ve built a cult following at home and abroad with their moodily rhythmic and starkly minimalistic inversions of trip-hop and club music — share “Where You At These Days.” Listen to “Where You At These Days” here.

The track, which features the rising UK punk / hip-hop artist Joe Unknown, is a rose-colored reminiscence of late nights out and about that yearns for lost connections and companionship. Casting sparse techno-adjacent synth figures against the rattling rhythms of UK jungle, “Where You At These Days” is a thoughtful expansion of breathe.’s shadowy and sultry sonic universe that grasps achingly at the fleeting euphoria of youth.

Watch the video for “Where You At These Days” — a paean to life-affirming late night shenanigans in the vein of Chemical Brothers’ “Setting Sun” and Daft Punk’s “Da Funk” — here.

“Where You At These Days” follows the January release of “Journey” featuring COOPS, a cinematic track that explores the universal threads that tie together our disparate human experiences. The video builds upon the theme with a kaleidoscopic assemblage of clips from over 200+ breathe. fans. It’s a wonderful showcase of how music ties together the unique lives, perspectives, and cultures of those who share it. Watch the video for “Journey” here.

“Where You At These Days” and “Journey” will both appear on a forthcoming breathe. EP that pulls together recordings from a trip across the UK. Starting in East London and traveling on to Bristol, Liverpool., Birmingham, and Manchester, breathe. connected with an array of their favorite UK artists and tapped into the diverse underground sounds bubbling across the country, combining them with their own sonic signature. More details to come soon.

breathe. are the independent duo of best friends Sean Walker (Movement) and Andrew Grant (La Mer, Tapes) who specialize in a blurry, aching take on late night soul music. Their creative world includes an extensive crew of collaborators and contributors from acts like Mansionair, Cloud Control, Vallis Alps, and Leisure, as well as mixer Stephen Sedgwick (Gorillaz, Bobby Womack) and mastering engineer Matt Colton (Arctic Monkeys, Dua Lipa).

The debut breathe. EP was released on their label SILK in 2021, and has attracted more than 75 million cumulative streams. It also sold out 1,000 copies of a limited edition vinyl run. The group’s music has appeared in various shows for the likes of Netflix (“You,” “What/If”), Showtime (“Couples Therapy”), and FX (“Grown-ish”) as well as campaigns for Victoria’s Secret and NSW Tourism.

The duo have received radio support from the likes of triple j, KCRW, BBC Radio 4, and many more, as well as press love from the likes of Complex, Bandcamp, Clash, and Lyrical Lemonade. Earlier this month they made their live US debut at SXSW, with more live dates to come as well.

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