Passion Froot release their follow up to “Alright Then” on Obviously Recording with remixes from Bart B More and Das Kapital
Room 4 One More is the follow up to the UK Urban Chart Top 15 track Alright Then which was supported by Martin Solveig, Lucky Charmes, Kokiri and Ed Byas among others.
“This track was the result of our first, slightly drunken session in the studio. We were shouting random phrases and throwing them over a beat we had put together quickly and then suddenly it all clicked. “WOW” we screamed, that’s it! It told us that creatively there is something special when we work together”
The second release on Obviously Recording features remixes from Dance Dons Bart B More and Das Kapital.
Bart B More says “I was really into ‘Alright Then’ and then they asked me to remix ‘Room 4 One More’…with that sick vocal I couldn’t refuse! It plays so well into my current musing of UK Garage and basslines, and it makes for an even better drop… well done Passion Froot!”
“Room 4 One More is a really fun and upbeat record, and I love taking tracks like that in a completely different direction” says South Africa’s Das Kapital. “I set out to make something bashy and rough out of something clean and methodical. The end product is something that draws on a lot of different sounds and ideas I’ve been listening to, to create something a little menacing but most importantly fun. It’s a grimey, rough and tumble track that’s been working a treat for me when I play it out, with just enough feel-good in the breakdown to bring it all crumbling down when it kicks off again.”
Still driven by their desire to make people feel good, the band may want to have fun but there is a serious message there too:
“House and Clubbing can be a spiritual experience so it feels natural to say something meaningful in a moment where we are most free”
‘Room 4 One More” is out now on Obviously Recording via all download and streaming sites
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