After bursting on the scene with Australian summer favourite Come Along, Ghanaian-Australian singer, songwriter and producer sibling duo Kinder (aka Savannah and Briony Osei) are back with their latest musical offering Bus Stop.
As teenagers, Savannah and Briony slowly began to immerse themselves in club culture, finding their way to Sydney on occasion to DJ at the city’s hallowed clubs. Those hole-in-the-wall slots quickly became headline slots, which became festival and stadium slots, opening for genuine stars of the form like Marshmello and RL Grime, and performing on national festival circuits. Career highlights came quickly: their first national festival tour, Groovin’ the Moo, allowed them to play for huge crowds, while a set on triple j’s Friday Mix gave the sisters a chance to show off their skills mixing and selecting.
Huge fans of Latin club music, the sisters met Brazilian producer Bhaskar online, collaborating and writing by email for his single Hold On. Showcasing the pair’s unique interwoven dual vocals for the first time, the track reached 8 million streams on Spotify and held positions on Brazil’s iTunes Electronic Chart. The sisters soon followed up with their own debut label release No Sleep on the legendary French record label Kitsuné. The track is featured on the latest season of Netflix’s Lucifer.
Kinder signed to Warner Music in 2020 releasing their next two singles Come Along and Bus Stop. The new tracks unveiled a thrilling, vivid, festival ready sound, combining their favorite club sounds against more traditional influences and instrumentation from their family and upbringing. Club music is rarely so human, so alive — and yet Kinder make it so.
Primed to become two of the country’s most celebrated homegrown stars, Kinder are here to share the depth of their Ghanaian heritage with the world. Their music, a result of two lives’ worth of soul-searching and self-possession, is a testament to Savannah and Briony’s distinct vision.
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