Sorrel Higgins

Leeds-based duo Jess Mollie and Conor Jordan (aka Denton Thrift) have released their debut Sight EP. And while it's only four tracks, it's breathtaking.

The new project includes the band's previously released standouts "Something Real" and "Confessional." It's out now via Majestic Casual Records.

"The EP Sight draws on a series of conversations surrounding mental health and how it affects relationships while obscuring self-reflection, thus not allowing for beneficial change," the band says of their new release. "Journeying between crisis and realisation, Sight explores the hardships of emotional introspection during a period of immense personal distress."

Mollie and Jordan met while studying music at the University of Leeds. They began writing together during their year abroad in Denton, Texas, which served as the inspiration for their name—Denton Thrift.

Listen to the Sight EP below or on any digital platform here.