new single out now





On the energetic yet graceful ‘i’ll keep driving’, there are no signs of Yorke stopping, “[it’s] the realisation that the concept of home can be whatever you want it to be, even a person. I was constantly on the move and craving stability so it took me some time to realise that a healthy relationship can also ground you in a similar way.” The track sees Yorke’s trademark vulnerable vocals and plucked guitar soar over a pulsating breakbeat rhythm. It’s a sonic palate that is now second-nature to Yorke and her collaborator Jim Alxndr.

The new single is one of 5 new tracks that will appear on Yorke’s upcoming EP ten feet tall, due November 2022. The release will feature previous single ‘next life’ alongside 3 new songs. This will be her first extended play release since her 2020 debut EP Liberosis, which included singles ‘First Light’ and ‘Thought I Could’.

Hailing from Byron Bay, Yorke arrived in 2019 with the rollout of her debut EP Liberosis followed by the Japanese Wallpaper-produced single ‘Gravity’ (2020) and last year’s disco-tinged ‘Window Shopping’ featuring US duo joan (with over 8.4 million streams). Amassing over 17 million streams of her music so far, she has built a reputation of being a striking natural performer. Since the return of live music, Yorke has been busy supporting the likes of San Cisco, Ball Park Music and Amy Shark.