Leicester-born but Manchester-based duo Demons of Ruby Mae bring together electronic sounds in the shape of synths and beats, and the instantly memorable vocal hooks showcasing the breadth of their self-titled debut album released a few days ago.
Jonny Gavin and Adam Rowley write about their personal experiences, and those of people they’ve met along the way. Together with Grammy-winning James Sanger, previously working with acts such as Faithless and Brian Eno, it opened up a new dimension to Demons Of Ruby Mae’s sound. And their debut album is as close as they’ve come to producing a definitive statement on their desires, fears, and overall aesthetic.
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