Brighton collective Kudu Blue have unveiled their new single ‘Never Let You Go’, out 6th May on Nettwerk.
Tapping into an intoxicating sound that is quickly becoming synonymous with Kudu Blue, ‘Never Let You Go’ combines soaring vocals, delicate piano chords and a classic 303 acid bassline. It follows on from ‘Train To Catch’, ‘Just A Second’ and ‘Skin Tight’, which was heavily supported by Jaguar on her BBC Radio 1 show as well as BBC Introducing. All four tracks will feature on their forthcoming EP ‘KBVOL.5’.
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 2020 single ‘Somebody To’.
One of the most prolific groups on the scene, ‘Never Let You Go’ is the final single ahead of their second EP release (out June 3rd) in as many years.
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