New release is second part of singer-songwriter's 'Human Condition' EP series.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Wynter Gordon will release the second installment of her four-part "Human Condition" EP series next month, Billboard's The Juice can reveal exclusively. "Sanguine" will be issued for free on Gordon's official site on Jan. 15, 2013.
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"Sanguine" follows Gordon's "Doleo" EP, which kicked off the ambitious "Human Condition" series last July. For Gordon, whose past work includes the club hit "Dirty Talk" and a feature on Flo Rida's single "Sugar," the self-released "Human Condition" project represents a DIY outlet for the artist.
"The music I'm making now is music I've always made, I've just never been able to release it on a label," Gordon told Billboard of "Doleo" last July. "I was growing into this person I am now, and I had to make the music that felt right and was passionate about. I didn't feel like I was singing everything I wanted to sing, doing dance music and pop music. I wanted to make something that felt real to me. These EPs include every genre of music I like. I really just felt like I had to by myself."
"Doleo" was composed of eight tracks, including "Stimela," which Billboard also premiered last summer. Check out the official video below:
Along with the "Sanguine" EP release, Jan. 15 will bring Gordon to Pianos in New York for a celebratory performance. Gordon previously performed at Santos Party House in NYC last July upon the "Doleo" release.