Sydney-based artist Jessica Tori has dropped her debut solo single, Skin and Bones. The song is the first taste of what’s to come from the singers new exploration of sounds.
The track highlights the singers soulful, smoky vocals over a folk influenced soundscape that centres around acoustic guitars. Skin and Bones conceptually explores letting go, letting people in and finding yourself. It offers a message of celebration, celebrating our individual paths in life. Tori collaborated with Sydney producer Ben Panucc
“This ode to the slow revealing of your truth came to life during a chaotic quarantine and lockdown period,” the singer shared. “It’s a celebration that we’re all a bit messy and we’re just trying to find our own way, in our own time.”
Inspired be attending one of Laura Marling’s performances in Sydney, the singer re-routed her musical attention, focusing on creating an intimate sonic soundscape that juxtaposed the sounds of high-end electronic artists Tori had collaborated with. Prior to her debut solo release, the singer has toured and collaborated with Rufus Du Sol, Toucan, Makaw, Chores and Xillions.
Skin and Bones is out now! Listen to the track below.