The nom de plume of Massachusetts-raised, London, England-based singer/songwriter and producer Woodson Black, Haux delivers a dreamy fusion of indie electronic, pop, and folk that invokes names like Bon Iver, C Duncan, and Benjamin Francis Leftwich. Black spent his formative years soaking in the lush beauty of the Berkshires, and that pastoral aesthetic can be heard in his music. After attending Northeastern University in Boston, Black landed an internship at a record label in London. There he immersed himself in the music scene, both through writing and photography, as well as composing, and in 2016 he released his debut EP, All We've Known, via Akira Records. Haux spent the following year building up a catalog of similarly dreamy singles like "Touch," "Youth," and "Cologne," all of which were eventually collated into his 2018 follow-up EP, Something to Remember.