You may remember vōx from her stunning cover of Kendrick Lamar’s “i” alongside 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady—and if you missed the I Was Born EP that followed, you have another chance to jump on the bandwagon with her brand new collection of songs, I am Not a God. At five tracks, God is a minimalist approach to electronic pop ranging in influence from the outsider R&B of FKA Twigs to the more abstract experimentalism of Laurie Anderson as heard on the a cappella vocoder of interlude “Oh To Be Opened.”
Equally regarded for her work in fashion, vōx (pronounced “wokes”) heavily incorporates visual art into her music, while many of the themes in her lyrics pull from an unsavory experience growing up in the Lutheran church. Along with the full EP stream, you can catch a preview for the project below, which, appropriately, features footage from a cathedral-set photoshoot for the record.
I am Not a God is out now via Arts & Crafts, and you can order it here.