Stockholm artist Signe has a background in jazz, which she studied for years and trained as a vocalist in before switching over to her current world of slow-burning, noir-tinted electronica. But she’s retained that sense of polished performance and command of dramatic tension from her past life, and will be clear to anyone who listens to her new single Sirens. Sirens is a song written like a water sculpture. The song’s different layers wash and wind around each other like currents, before all coming together for the beautifully soaring chorus. From the vocals to the synths, it’s a song that shows the value of well-crafted minimalism, music that doesn’t need to hit hard to leave a mark. Signe‘s debut EP Can’t Wait to Come Down arrives on Friday.