Rory Kaye brings strength in pop and perpetuating veteran moves to his project Pleasure Trap. And in ‘Remedy’, a chamber of identifiable jaunts about the thing that makes all of us go ‘hmmm’, so fun to redeem.
Genre-mashing, evocative and real, Pleasure Trap’s charming alternative pop offerings are both confessional and addictive. A personality bubbles up to the surface as Rory’s entertainment of soul, shines in the verses.
“Remedy is about guilt. It’s about handling a break up badly, going off the rails and doing all the chaotic sh** you shouldn’t be doing to look after yourself.”