With the dust yet to settle from the collateral eruptions caused by Likshot, the first single from her forthcoming Get Flutey EP, Surusinghe has landed the second punch from her highly anticipated project with Skit, via Steel City Dance Discs.

Fuelled by an unrelenting fusion of tormented breaks, gruelling bass and intricately woven percussion; traits that have become deeply synonymous with the distinct sound and character of the Spotify Portal cover star, Skit is highly emblematic of Surusinghe’s ever-evolving sound, and heightens the growing anticipation surrounding the release of Get Flutey.

Within the track, the Naarm born, London based producer masterfully manipulates old skool samples into the pulsating soundscape, creating a unique sound that is nostalgic yet wildly futuristic. With an innately high-voltage personality, Skit is built for “dark dance floors” (Mixmag), and has been played by the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs on BBC 6 Music, and road tested by its creator, with devastating results.

This infectious, bass-driven melting pot of sounds has seen Surusinghe boldly engraved onto the roster for the likes of Field day, Waterworks, Lost Village and Parklife, as her name burns increasingly hot on the tongues of punters, DJs and producers alike.

Fresh off the back of her debut EP, Good Girls// Bad Girls, a homecoming tour of her native Australia & Aotearoa and a scintillating set at Printworks for the sold out AVA Festival takeover, the wheels are in motion for the “genre-bending”, NME Essential Emerging artist. “What a journey” Ash McGregor remarks on her Triple J show; a journey that is surely only just beginning.

Listen to Skit here: https://s.disco.ac/ukacfvdxwwogv