Yesterday Britain’s latest soul baby SLK released her third single, CALL. The track features a Chet Faker like approach to R&B that summons the mood of songs like The Coaster’s Down In Mexico. In other words, there is a backbone to this song that brings to mind a late 50s style of Rhythm and Blues. The best parts of the song are the patience and restraint both SLK and producer Embody demonstrate throughout the track- it’s allowed to simmer and swell, its relentless beat pausing long enough for an emotional and rich vocal line to weave itself over the pulsating 1,2,3. These two make a great pair, and now SLK has announced her debut EP and the event to celebrate it. The EP, Form, is to be released on May 26th.