Encompassing haunting ambient collages, ethereal soul, confrontational noise, and more, Yves Tumor's music shifts through styles and sounds in a fluid, surrealist manner. The experimental roots they established on early releases for labels like Dog Food served them well on albums such as 2016's Serpent Music, a spiritual, sensual collage that saw the R&B and psychedelic elements of their music come to the fore.
On 2018's Safe in the Hands of Love, Tumor incorporated pop song structures, as well as big beat, Brit-pop and '90s alt-rock in ways that were more immediate than their previous work yet avoided easy classification. With 2020's Heaven to a Tortured Mind, an even smoother and more cohesive blend of all the elements in their music, Tumor continued to define themselves as an artist who defies convention.
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