New York’s Arthur Fitch, aka Eames High is an American musician, producer and composer who has released two singles to date, supported Grizzly Bear, Real Estate, and has been mentored and supported by Alan Douches (LCD Soundsystem, Kurt Vile). On, June 12 Eames High drops his latest, the lavish, genre blending “$.L.I.M.,” which capitalizes on acrobatic hooks and shoegaze swagger.
Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering the single, and this is what Fitch had to say about it:
“This song is about getting to the root of yourself, calling everybody on their bullshit, and going back to the basics of who you are and what you want to be. It’s essentially a song about detoxing yourself from toxic people. I’ve had the pleasure to write, produce, mix and work with my mentor, acclaimed mastering engineer Alan Douches.”
(Photo by Joseph Ricci)