Rising star of the electronic scene, Edinburgh’s Pocket, presents his new single, ‘Crying at Supermac’s.’
Available April 21 on Helix Records, the track follows Pocket’s previous single “U (ft. BRONZE AVERY)” and offers a sneak peek into the artist’s forthcoming EP.
Using curiously satisfying vocal chops, and minimal but intricate production, Pocket’s ‘Crying at Supermac’s’ shows off a sound reminiscent of classic Burial. The unique style pierces through the saturated scene, showcasing a unique and excitable new project for fans.
“‘Crying at Supermac’s’ is a song that came entirely from a period of hyper-focus. In my opinion, it’s as driving as it is delicate and is wholly contained in its own wee world. The title came from a time I cried in a Supermac’s. Just thought it was funny,” Pocket says.
It’s been an incredible start to Pocket’s career – he was named one of the top 25 artists to watch in 2022 by Mixmag (his song ‘Heartbreak Engineering’ was also named amongst ‘Best Tracks of the Year April 2022’); received playlist support from Flume, DJ Seinfeld, and Salute, released a remix for Charli XCX and performed alongside Porter Robinson and Fred Again and has been included in tastemaker playlists POLLEN and Altar. Pocket’s most recent release, ‘U (ft BRONZE AVERY), featured in Paper Magazine in addition to receiving support from a who’s who of DJs including Armin Van Buuren, The Magician, Dillon Francis, Joris Voorn, Calvin Harris, MK, Icarus, Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix, Kryder, Sam Divine, Don Diablo, Carl Craig, Gabriel & Dresden / Dave, and PS1, among others.
Keep an eye out for Pocket‘s debut Helix Records EP, set to arrive this summer!