Wovoka Gentle – When Cameron Was in Egypt’s Land Let My Cameron Go

London-based experimental folk trio Wovoka Gentle have shared the follow up to their latest two EPs, a new single titled When Cameron Was in Egypt’s Land Let My Cameron Go released via Yucatan Records. Produced by Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode, Grizzly Bear, Efterklang), the new song highlights their desire to float among the genres and not be confined within “folk” borders, enhancing the refined melodies with some spacey synths and following a crooked pace upon which the bright female vocals find fertile ground to shine.

Consisting of William J. Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason, the band spoke candidly about their desire to experiment: “Wovoka Gentle is an evolving project that demonstrates the importance of risk, experimentation and growth, challenging boundaries and opening up questions. We want to experiment enough to involve you. Our roots remain in traditional soil – we love the structure in songs, we love songwriting – but we want you to find your own narrative in our music and join in with us.