Sacramento, California electronic duo Rituals of Mine may be the symbolic rebirth for singer/songwriter Terra Lopez and producer Dani Fernandez. Previously referred to as Sister Crayon, the set has been executing jointly since 2010. Although Lopez developed Sister Crayon, Fernandez became a member of the fold plus they released two albums (2011’s Bellow and 2013’s Cynic) of beat-focused dark synth that was motivated by trip-hop and ’90s hip-hop. While documenting the 3rd Sister Crayon record, Devoted, in 2015, some tragedies befell Lopez: the fatalities of both her dad and her closest friend. Following the twin loss, the set decided to modification their name, both in an effort to put themselves to rest alongside the name they understood in life, aswell concerning brand themselves using a moniker that completely belonged to both females. They agreed upon with Warner Bros. and continuing focus on Devoted. Along with manufacturers Wes Jones and Dave Clauss, Lopez and Fernandez also known as upon the combining skills of Tom Coyne (Led Zeppelin, Adele) for documenting classes in St. Augustine, Florida. Composing credits for the discharge also included efforts by Omar Rodriguez Lopez (In the Drive-In, the Mars Volta) around the name monitor. In 2016, they released “Trip or Die,” affected by the noises of Portishead and Massive Assault. Before the launch from the LP, they might further build their target audience with starting stints for Deftones and Tricky.