As fans continue to discover the soft, raw emotion of his previous EPs, 2015's Slow and 2017's Real, 22 year old Bristol-based electronic singer-songwriter Henry Green looks to the future with his full-length debut, Shift. Co-produced by Nico Rebscher and mixed by Jack Shuter, he continues to push the boundaries of his sound here, drifting further away from the guitar that formed the epicenter of his early songs and leaning towards heavier icy synth shimmers. "I've become obsessed with the idea of creating atmosphere. As I learnt more about production," he explains, "I found it easier to translate my ideas and find new ways to create the sounds that would reflect my lyrical style." The result is a sound both subtle and cinematic that combines intimate, confessional songwriting with an obsession with electronics that has built in him since age 16. Stunning lead single "Stay Here" is both beautiful and eerie: a feather-gentle lament full of hushed vocals and electronic ripples, about isolation and fighting for a sense of direction.