With influences ranging from Halsey, James Blake and Gotye, Melbourne's Spectoral creates lo-fi textured hip hop with indie-R&B production and sultry pop vocals in the mode of The Weeknd/ Justin Timberlake.
Spectoral's (real name Andrew Bitto) newest musical release is the single 'Movin' On' - 'an ominous dedication to a lovesick friend' - that is the first taste of his new EP 'An Incorruptible Dream' (out 12 October).
"I actually wrote this one about a good friend of mine," Andrew says. "We'd catch up and she'd always tell me news about this guy she was in love with."
Ahead of 'Movin' On's commercial release (also 12 October), scenestr is hyped to be able to share an exclusive stream of 'Movin' On' today.
"Things never really worked in her favour with him because he was already taken - it was this kinda 'Love Actually' moment for her I guess, just in reverse," Andrew adds.
"So anyway, we'd chat about it and she just found it so hard to give up the dream of one day him being hers. So this song's about that. It's about accepting the loss and letting it go."