WATCH: All The People reveal video for new single ‘Repeaters’ featuring Nadia Nair.

WATCH: All The People reveal video for new single ‘Repeaters’ featuring Nadia Nair.

All The People

‘Repeaters’ featuring Nadia Nair

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‘Imagine a more soulful Disclosure, or perhaps Hot Chip if they’d spent more time at FWD – sluicing together club sounds and pop nous, we simply can’t get enough of All The People.’ CLASH‘A little bit of light in the dark, with iridescent synths bubbling up under Dennie’s heart-to-heart vocals, making it a slug of melancholy soul. ‘ DUMMY

‘And this here – mood, lyricism and uplifting melody -is exactly what youth culture and desensitized music listeners need to hear more of.’  EARMILK

‘All The People have already gone on quite a journey to become the peddlers of luxurious electronics we know today….melodic & understated soul a promising hint of what the album has in store’ COMPLEX
South London trio All The People have just revealed a video today for their final single ‘Repeaters’ (featuring the songstress Nadia Nair) from their upcoming debut album ‘R Together ‘due for release on 12 May 2017. Half Swedish half Malaysian- Indian songstress Nadia Nair brings her unique and other wordly voice to this emotional track with the band.
You can check out the video for ‘Repeaters’

In their own words ‘We teamed up with Swedish singer Nadia Nair after discovering her  online & instantly falling in love with her unusual voice and style. We already had the instrumental for ‘Repeaters’ and we jammed with Nadia in London studio and hit it off straight away. The song is about family relationships for better or for worse and understanding your own feeling.  The line “burn a thousand love letters and read every one’ is one of the darkest lines we’ve ever written as it relates to grief & personal loss and with the video & the artwork we wanted to continue with that theme of what’s left behind after a fire’
Taking inspiration from artists ranging from Little Dragon, SBTRKT, Blood Orange & Caribou to classic trip hop /soul acts such as Bonobo and Massive Attack, their unique sound reflects diverse influences from RnB and 90’s soul to jazz & early Detroit techno.
Previous single releases from the album ‘Beach Club’ & ‘Operator’ & The Hills have been supported at radio by Pete Tong, Tom Ravenscroft, Gilles Peterson, Mistajam, Phil Taggart, Goldirocks, Huey Morgan, BBC Introducing & Reprezent.
You can catch All The People’s unique live set at the following dates:
Thurs 18th May 2017 @ Alternative Escape, Brighton
Weds 14th June 2017 @ The Waiting Room, London

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WATCH: All The People reveal video for new single ‘Repeaters’ featuring Nadia Nair.