Banoffee Taps SOPHIE and CupcakKe for Debut Album 'Look at Us Now Dad'

Listen to the avant-pop artist’s long-awaited project now.

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Melbourne-originating singer-songwriter Banoffee, real name Martha Brown, has shared her long-awaited debut album Look at Us Now Dad. The emerging pop artist has for the past several years articulated her own blend of pop and R&B, bringing forth an array of electronic music that likens to the meticulous sonic blend of those like Charli XCX, Grimes, FKA Twigs, and more.

On Look at Us Now Dad — which clocks in at 14-tracks that span 39 minutes in length — Brown brings forth an eclectic amalgamation of glitchy pop music that meanders through a kaleidoscope of experimental sounds. On top of her own solo offerings, Brown has also bolstered her sound by means of Scottish DJ/producer SOPHIE and Chicago rapper cupcakKe, the two of which appear on standout single “Ripe.”

You can stream Banoffee’s debut album, Look at Us Now Dad, below.

For more new music, watch SAINt JHN’s “Wedding Day” visual.

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