The anthemic indie-pop cut draws on comparisons from the likes of staple influences Peter Gabriel, Glass Animals and Local Natives; whilst retaining the songsmith’s signature approach to writing with multi-instrumental and jungle-esque elements prominently featured and melded with his affectionate and dream-laden vocal melodies.
Knight explains the creative process behind ‘Company’ and the exciting future of his independent project –
“This tune actually came about from a 6-year long collaboration with a good friend of mine and genius songwriter Stephen Engstrom (AKA Stezrat). He originally sent me the idea back in 2010 and it only finally came together earlier this year while I was in-between mixing the final Jinja Safari album.
Now that JS has come to an end, I now have the headspace to move on creatively and excited to release more music in the near future.”
Plans for the second instalment of his split album ‘Hypnotized Vol.II’ have been shifted to an early 2017 release after the musician has largely spent the last two years focusing on the final Jinja Safari double album.