UK sister-brother duo uh are releasing their new single ‘Starchild’ via PRAH Recordings. uh display a preternatural ability to ground long-form composition and experimental production in traditional songwriting and then wrap it up superbly in pastoral melodies and cryptic lyricism. ‘Starchild’ is an instantly arresting listen touching on the reference points that have made their live show so fun - space-dub, rubbery synths, blissed out grooves, squelches and bleeps. Siblings Dominic and Fionnuala Kennedy grew up in Harlesden in North West London, where their parents had moved from the west coast of Ireland before they were born. However, they both spent a great deal of time back in their ancestral homeland growing up, taking in the countryside and absorbing its parallels to their bustling metropolis upbringing – something that’s undoubtedly seeped into their music. ‘uh’ is one of the most common sounds heard in the English language. An imitative that holds no linguistic meaning, it’s nevertheless a sound recognised by everyone; it could be a hesitation, an exclamation of distrust, a grunt of effort. For Dominic and Fionnuala it’s this ambiguity of the term that draws them to it.