London-based duo Blue House is made up of James Howard and Ursula Russell, formerly of Fiction and Drop Out Venus. Their song is stripped down pop rich with warm tones and soothing vocals. Their latest track "Simple Song," released via Whipped Cream Records is a glimmering blend of crisp guitar riffs, crooning vocals, and swirling pizzicato electric organs. Like the title suggests, the song and structure are simple — but that effect took great skill to achieve. It is a delicate lullaby that wraps you in its warmth as it caresses your senses, like warm fingers brush along your scalp. Today the group shares the surreal psychedelic visuals that look like something Dave Lynch would have created a the height of the 60s. Various footage is layered above as amoebas, mites, and other little fellas swim atop the footage. It pairs well with the charming dreamlike nature of the song. If you are in London, be sure to check out Blue House play at The Old Blue Last in London on 9th June and later End of the Road Festival in early September.