The perfume of Yeule, a subsidiary of PC Music, will protect you from demonic invocations


Before their second album Glitch princess Next year, Singapore-born London artist Yeule unveiled a promotional scent that claims to be effective against unrequited love, demonic summons, split-off episodes, and more.

Described as “scent software for non-binary cyborgs,” Coded features notes of smoked bergamot, pink pepper, white flowers, patchouli, cedarwood, orris root, and musk. It is produced in collaboration with genderfluid perfumery Urania’s Children and is offered in a limited edition of 300 bottles.

The PC Music affiliate – also known as Nat Çmiel – announced the drop on social media with a series of promotional images, accompanied by sound design courtesy of Mura Masa.

“𝐜𝕠𝔡e̴̹̦̬̣̰͕̤̞͈̘̎͌̽͝ ® is an essence of assimilation; the ephemeral and bottled up philosophy of Yeule. The 𝐜𝕠𝔡e̴̹̦̬̣̰͕̤̞͈̘̎͌̽͝ ® consolidates the fragmented self into a complete whole. 𝐜𝕠𝔡e̴̹̦̬̣̰͕̤̞͈̘̎͌̽͝ ® works as a panacea for humanistic symptoms inhibiting neurological performance caused by personality divisions, conditional multiplicity and / or soul fragmentation, ”reads a cryptic description.

According to Yeule, the side effects include hallucinating multiple bodies (up to six), although they maintain that these bodies are only temporary and will wear off after your “first dimensional jump”.

“This product from Yeule, Inc. contains 6.24 mol% g of yeule oil. Users in contact with 𝐜𝕠𝔡e̴̹̦̬̣̰͕̤̞͈̘̎͌̽͝ ® will metabolize the prescribed liminal contents, reforming neural links by binding the familiarities of Yeule’s riddle, ”they added. “The user will synthetically merge with the memories of yeule and relive all the facets through the essence. Do not be afraid.”

Last month Yeule released the music video for “Friendly Machine”, the third single from Glitch princess. The album, announced in October, is slated for release on February 4, 2022 via Bayonet Records.

In September, the artist released a five-hour ambient / industrial track with a production by PC Music’s Danny L Harle – listen here.

Learn more about Coded on Yeule’s website.