Our hearts will meet there, in the floating world, dust & dew.
These are the words of Benjy Keating, aka Palmistry, one of electronic music’s most enigmatic and exciting artists. The poetic epitaph serves as an introduction to his new EP Post Eternity: Cult Classics From The Other Side, closing the chapter on one era of creativity (including the acclaimed albums Pagan and Afterlife, alongside collaborations with the likes of Charli XCX, SOPHIE and Major Lazer), and pointing lovingly towards the next one. The seven spectral cuts on Post Eternity serve as Palmistry’s Fool’s Gold debut, in advance of a forthcoming new LP. This release is no mere collection of unreleased tracks, but a showcase for a singular artist working from an intimate, dynamic and experimental plane.
“The outsider making party music for introverts.” - The FADER
“Minimal pop music to maximal ends.” - Tiny Mix Tapes
“Palmistry weaves dancehall's off-kilter rhythms, the low-key gleam of pop music, and trance's head-spinning synth-work into a bed for his celestial voice.” - Vice