Through a veil of fluted glass and brandishing a self-penned eponymous poem, new artist Lully makes his introduction in the form of 'Slow D's, a frantic and unpredictable rush of abstract electronics soldered into an irresistible and repeatable pop song.
Named after the 17th century French composer, Lully notes; "I am Lully because I have inherited the spirit of Lully's past. He struck his foot with a conducting staff in concert so vociferously that it grew gangrenous. A keen dancer, he refused to have it amputated, the sepsis spread to his head and he bit the dust. I draw a lot from this sense of energy and humor."