- 06 Sep 22
Featuring 3D-designed skeletons jamming in a car, the visuals for dance banger 'Kerosene' are as captivating as the track itself.
Irish-raised, London-based musician and producer Biig Piig is back with another electronic dance-pop anthem.
'Kerosene' is a track that's destined to cure your end-of-summer blues, fresh off the success of June single 'Fun', which was subsequently remixed by Yuné Pinku.
The sex positivity-driven cut was written alongside her ‘Feels Right’ collaborators Zach Nahome and Maverick Sabre.
“‘Kerosene’ is the first track off a wider project I’m working on,” the artist, real name Jess Smyth, explained in a statement. “It’s about wanting someone to rip my clothes off, and the tension of that relationship...my own hot girl summer anthem, tbh.”
Smyth signed to RCA Records a few years ago and has since released The Sky Is Bleeding EP in 2021. It followed Big Fan of the Sesh, Vol. 1, A World Without Snooze, Vol. 2 and No Place for Patience, Vol. 3 (her first with a label).
Biig Piig has also announced a quartet of November shows in London and Dublin. She’ll play two intimate dates at Hoxton Hall – marking her first London gigs since 2019 – on November 3 and 4, before heading to Dublin to perform at The Sound House on November 9 and 10.
Check out the new visualiser, directed by Tommy Davis, below: