The 44-minute EP is dedicated to the memories of the people and places that have shaped a deeply personal and at times difficult journey to where he is now. Matthew Keeps Me Pirrie, is a “celebration of the realisation of what it is to be yourself, or at least, whoever you are in that moment,” explains Sulta. The track is dedicated to “a young man, name of Matthew, who entered my life quite recently. On one occasion, I was feeling frustrated with myself, I couldn’t understand why I couldn’t be like the people I admired. He kept me Hector that day, he welcomed Denis. For who we are. Thank you, Matthew. Sarning x”
Elsewhere, opener In~Narito is a “sonic manifestation of my concept of hope,” he explains. “Naive, beautiful and short lived. It was written whilst I looked out my 1 bedroom bedsit in Glasgow as the sun came up, I just knew, or at least… I hoped, there was better days to come.” In other moments he recalls lonely late night hotel rooms, early morning car rides and jungle exploration with friends. The closing monologue of Welcome, To The Rest Of My Life is an ode to the city of Belfast. Throughout it all, Denis Sulta’s meticulous and diverse approach to dance music is always on display.
Aye Spoake Te Sumwuhn and They Listenhd is the story of how Denis became who he is to this day. Open your mind, heart and ears to the sonic manifestation of only just a smidgen of what Denis Sulta experiences, not only as an entertainer and artist but also an individual who cares relentlessly about living."
- Rough Trade