Ben Khan drops new atmospheric track, ‘2000 Angels’ and music video
London-based artist Ben Khan has released his new single ‘2000 Angels,’ which serves as the first track to be taken from his long-awaited debut album.
Coming off the back of two acclaimed EPs 1992 and 1000, the new single also comes with a music video, directed by Khan himself.
‘2000 Angels’ demonstrates the many textures of Khan’s vocal range, travelling over the arpeggio chords of the instruments to make for an atmospheric, almost dystopian piece of music.
This dystopian feel is also echoed in the unsettling music video.
As a first taster, ‘2000 Angels’ presents the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the blossoming artist.
The new forthcoming record was put together with a myriad of collaborators, including legendary producer Flood (PJ Harvey, Depeche Mode), Spike Stent (who has mixed albums for Björk and Frank Ocean, to name a few) and Dave Cooley (who has worked with the likes of J Dilla and M83).
On top of the new LP, Khan has launched another project, being an interactive website named The Foundation. Over the coming months the website will reveal insights into the rich story behind the album’s creation.
You can listen to ‘2000 Angels’ here.