Friday, May 2, 2014

All About She Unveil Debut EP ‘Go Slow’, featuring Gita and Jacob Banks

All About She are the sound of the Summer!! And I am excited for the Summer now!

2013 saw All About She's debut with their successful hit single ‘Higher’, which reached No.5 in the UK Dance Charts, No.20 in the Official UK Charts, and has accumulated over 1 million YouTube views. Now in 2014 - the trio are back with their debut EP ‘Go Slow’.

All About She gave us an old school '98 Garage sound on their previously released track ‘Remedy’, as well as a more upbeat head bopping, gun finger raving tune ‘Like That’ featuring US lyricist Gita, and ‘C'est Moi’ a more chilled nu-disco number that sees front gal Vanya own the song with her soulful vocals.

Hailing from London, the trio met when James Tadgell and John Clare started producing for Vanya Taylor’s solo work. Clare and Tadgell were initially producing for Taylor, who was recording as a solo artist; but their collective passion for music inspired them to create something daring and original together. Joining forces allowed them to bring a striking dimension to the self-professed ‘electro-soul’ infused sounds they create and All About She’s distinctive style resulted in a management deal with Disturbing London. While James and John provide the excellent Garage-led, electro-soul beats with a house twist, Vanya turns those beats into anthems, complimenting the production of each track with her flawless vocals.

Further to signing with Disturbing London Records/Atlantic Records, All About She are set for another year of success, releasing their debut EP and performing at this summer's Wireless Festival. The E marks the trio's return to the scene, and the return of UK Garage fuelled vibes in our conscience.

All About She also feature soul singer Jacob Banks on a track entitled ‘I Can't Wait’. Take a listen to ‘Go Slow’ below, which is also available for free download here:

‘Remedy’, ‘I Can't Wait’ and ‘Like That’ are definitely my favourite songs off the new EP at the moment. Let me know which are your favourites?!

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