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Memphis LK

True Love and Its Consequences sees Memphis LK at her most concise and developed, sitting comfortably at the intersection of underground club and bubbly pop music. Conceptualised between the UK and Australia, True Love and Its Consequences is Memphis’ second EP for the year, channeling pure feeling and boisterous fun over five tracks of emotive dance music ranging from the introspection of Burial to the brightness of Charli XCX. That sense of instant euphoria is abundant on “Closer To You”, a true love ballad echoing the nostalgia of dance music from the early 2000s, while “Bad For Me” is sick with regret, a jungly ode to heartbreak. The duality of love is expressed in full through the duality of Memphis LK, her artistry communicating a range of feeling through her unique approach to music.

As a producer, songwriter, vocalist, and DJ, Memphis’ approach echoes the bedroom pop sentiment of the 2010s with an intentional dance spin, a DIY artist in full control. Memphis is part of a diverse new wave of pop artistry, inspiring those around them and the next generation with artistic agility and plurality. She seeks to elevate femme voices like her own, who deserve to be seen for all that they are without being boxed in. 

This year alone, Memphis has taken the stage at Splendour In The Grass, had her face lit bright in Times Square following her debut EP Too Much Fun, released a collaboration with Mona Yim out on Ninja Tune, and continues to build her burgeoning fanbase in the UK and Europe. Memphis is more than on her way to building a plural sonic world, her music carving paths into design, performance, fashion, and videography. On True Love and Its Consequences, Memphis LK already feels larger than life.

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