‘Breezin” by Haich & Kepler Gold is the first single from new UK lifestyle brand Province‘s debut EP.
The track is part of a wider project called ‘The Province EP‘, a five track collection produced by Haich, which features a selection of artists from across the UK [including Kepler Gold, Luui, Nelson & more]. The EP will be accompanied by a piece of bespoke visual art in the form of a model city, created for Province by Sunderland artist Jasmine Anderson. A glimpse of this can be seen in the single artwork for ‘Breezin’‘ [above].
Created by Lewis Lister, Province began life as carefully curated music blog before expanding into clothing, parties and naturally, a record label. “The Province EP is dedicated to showcasing a selection of the artists we’ve been proud to support and represent since day one.” says Lewis, “I’m really excited to be able to bring these artists together to release a project that truly reflects the Province aesthetic.“
Haich, the producer behind ‘Breezin’‘ and The Province EP, hails from Peterborough and is rapidly gaining momentum with his forward-thinking, experimental production style. Paris-born, London-bred Kepler Gold writes and performs lyrics, produces and directs in order to carve out his distinctive creative niche, recognised by the likes of Earmilk.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You’ll find all our contact details, as well as press shots for Haich [left] and Kepler Gold [right] below.