Hot off the back of her break-through single Changing, comes the third installment from her upcoming debut EP, Float. Eloisa Cullington’s Be Free, releasing on Spotify on Friday 5th April brings in feels from dub-reggae, pop and electronic music, with pulsating synths, live instruments and a notably charismatic trumpet, played by Dane Laboyrie, thrown into the mix.
Be Free invokes a nostalgic vibe and an appreciation for the last days of summer. Eloisa says, “Be Free is about losing inhibitions and finding inner wisdom. Dan and I worked intuitively together and have created something that we are both excited to share.”
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Mixing Funk, Jazz & Soul with World Music
Most birds are diurnal, but some are nocturnal or crepuscular (active during twilight hours), and many coastal ones feed when the tides are appropriate, by day or night. Tiago De Lucca portrays Üm Bird de-emphasizing melody and chord progressions with strong rhythmic grooves. Think old-school influenced funky music gliding through deep beats constructed in real time. A unique electro-acoustic live set gait combining soulful vocals, strong guitar riffs and punchy beats.
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