Verasect unveils new single ‘Stitch’
London-based Darkwave electronic producer Verasect has just unveiled his brand new single Stitch, the first track to be taken from his upcoming Sleep Stories EP, set to arrive on September 28th!

Stitch is packed with dark synths and infectious claps that melt into the listener’s ears. The song begins with an electrifying synth-bassline and concise, deep beats which slowly build into powerful peaks of glitch. Amy Kirkpatrick's vocals flow effortlessly on this dark, hypnotic and brooding track. Check it out below!

Speaking about the song Verasect said,
Stitch is about vulnerability and the power of human connection. After I left everyone I knew behind and moved to London. When I came up with synth bassline for ‘Stitch’, it resembled the waxing and waning anxiety I'd experience sometimes while lying in bed. The only way I could cure it was to call a friend back home and connect. Now I understand better why people go insane in solitary confinement.
Verasect teamed up with legendary Dave ‘Rave’ Ogilvie (Tool, Killing Joke, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson) and award-winning Pete Lyman (FKA Twigs, Lykke Li, Banks, St. Vincent) for the EP’s mixing and mastering, respectively. Dave Ogilvie is internationally acclaimed for his success in mixing music from the industrial electronic genre, so it’s a dream come true to hear Verasect’s brooding, industrial-inspired waveforms mixed by this Canadian production guru. The dark, seductive vocals weaving their way between Verasect’s powerful glitch beats belong to electro-songstress Amy Kirkpatrick, whose moody vocals are well-known for contributing to the sound that was Data Romance, a popular industrial darkwave group who, although since disbanded, were crucial to the underground electronic scene in Canada.