Brighton collective Kudu Blue have unveiled their new single ‘Brother’, out 8th October on Nettwerk.
Propelled by shimmering synths and soulful vocals, ‘Brother’ is a rousing modern pop jam that captures the essence of the Kudu Blue sound. Along with previous singles ‘December’, ‘Light On Me’ and ‘Fire’, it will feature on Kudu Blue’s forthcoming EP KBVOL.4, out on 29th October. They also recently joined forces with fellow Brighton artist Kideko and US DJ and producer SNBRN on singles ‘Ready For My Love’ and ‘Echoes’ respectively.
With roots in Brighton, Birmingham and Bristol, Kudu Blue combine a wide melting pot of influences (from trip-hop to garage and rock to reggae) into their own brand of bright, textured and melody-driven dance-pop. Their previous releases have gained support from the likes of Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1, Jamz Supernova on Radio 1Xtra, and Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6, as well as securing a BBC Introducing ‘Track of the Week’ with single ‘Somebody To’.
Continuing to flourish in what has been their busiest year to date, ‘Brother’ sees Kudu Blue set up nicely for the release of their hotly-anticipated new EP.
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