After concluding the touring circuit for their first LP’s single For Good (Featuring Sampa the Great), the duo then took on a six-date run at Australian-rural Festival Groovin the Moo. Now, Remi and Sensible J have return with a second instalment, which brings to light some significant issues and meanings.
Remi stated his thoughts on the song saying, ‘Depression is a demon in a scream mask, brandishing a hunting knife, when I take drugs, or drink it’s the equivalent of giving that Motherf***er the coordinates to my house. It just makes everything so much worse. This is basically the sound of coming down’.
Their Debut album Raw and Infinity saw Remi nominated for Triples J’s Album of the Year, win the Australian Music Prize, and in addition, win an Air award for 2015’s Independent Hip Hop Album of the Year.
Remi will be touring in support of Seth Sentry National tour in the lead up to his appearance at Splendour in the Grass in July.
Watch Substance Therapy below.