Hailing from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, Yellow Café is a project created by duo Bella Hirst and Jakob Winder. They began Yellow Café as a way to ‘symbolise their relationship’, providing the ‘soundtrack to small-town living’. With influences from jazz and anti-pop, Yellow Café already have two singles and one EP under their belts.
Their first EP ‘Across the Wax’ features four tracks, including ’181117’, ‘Paper’ and ‘Haze’, along with the title track. The mellow sounds of each song dance seamlessly into one another, with Bella’s delicate vocals taking you somewhere dreamlike – a sleepy transition away from the noise of everyday life.
Released in August, the summery notes of ‘To The South’ follow on from their earlier EP, eventually drifting into their latest release ‘306’.
Each track Yellow Café have released is effortlessly charming… and with the current rise of anti-pop artists such as Rex Orange County, it won’t be long before they have fans flooding in from all corners of the UK.
Yellow Café’s next release is set to be their ‘most ambitious yet’ – the ‘Soap Bubble’ EP will be released on December 5th and can be pre-saved on Spotify here.