Just Listen: The Japanese House – Saw You In A Dream

The Japanese House

Words: Nick Bewes

I have been a fan of Amber Bain, aka The Japanese House, for around two years, ever since hearing Cool Blue. Her brand of dreamy but clever pop is right up my street. Her new track Saw You in a Dream continues to show off her credentials as a brilliant songwriter, way beyond her 21 years. She has described it as a heartbreak song, about an old friend who has died. Her voice is sublime as is the production. The verses are subdued before a more upbeat chorus. Now don’t get me wrong, it isn’t a Steps chorus, but it lifts the tempo. It’s the first track from a new EP that she is working on, and she is also heading out for some live dates this month. Go see her!

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