Recently found wandering through Glasgow’s Victorian cemeteries, Dora Lachaise produces dark and otherworldly music.
Her fascination with UFO conspiracy theories and Nick Cave’s murder duets inspired Weather Balloons, her joint new EP with Jonni Slater.
“It’s audacious, bold and beautiful. The lyrics are poetic, the interplay between the vocalists, so much to love here.”
– Eclectic Picks, Fresh on the Net
“a truly talented artist with touches of Kate Bush … we are gripped from the start.”
Leith Depot, Edinburgh, on 31 October: tickets
A critique of the consumer dream disguised as a retro-sounding love song. Taken from Weather Balloons.
The new EP by Dora Lachaise and Jonni Slater. It combines Jonni’s love for film noir and Cold War novels with Dora’s fascination with UFO conspiracy theories and Nick Cave’s ominous murder ballads.
We cross a scorching desert and live through a barren winter, but expressing our feelings may be the hardest thing we ever try to do. The lead single from Dora and Jonni’s EP Weather Balloons.
Inspired by Nick Cave’s duets with Kylie Minogue and PJ Harvey, Dora Lachaise and Jonni Slater decided to collaborate. Their first joint single.
Electronic music maker Alfonse reimagines I Confess as a dance track, contrasting Dora’s mesmerising, treated vocals with his quirky synthscapes.
An experimental electronic track based on the life of Mary Magdalene.
Dora’s debut single. The haunting of the British Museum.