THE BLACK SEEDS Announce the release of the ‘REFABRICATED: Fabric Remixes & Rarities’ EP

Ahead of their European tour, New Zealand reggae-soul legends, The BlackSeeds, are pleased to announce the upcoming release of ‘REFABRICATED: Fabric Remixes & Rarities’ – a tasty selection of unreleased tracks, remixes & versions from their 2017 ‘Fabric’ album catalogue.

The 6-track companion EP is out now and features 3 new, unreleased tracks from the ‘Fabric’ sessions, as well as album re-workings from the likes of DJ Mu (Fat Freddys Drop), MC Gardna (UK), Israel Starr (NZ) & Deep Fried Dub (AUS).

The Black Seeds have earned a reputation for rocking dancefloors around the world and are set to return to the UK & Europe for 14 shows in August, including mainstage slots at the UK’s Boomtown Fair and Beautiful Days Festivals.

Listen to the opening track, ‘Hypnotized Again’ below, a poignant slice of social commentary over a stone-cold groove that see’s The Black Seeds return to their classic “roots reggae” sound that many of their long-time fans know and love.

‘Hypnotized Again’ Listen here: https://youtu.be/KwQPk9uBQdI

Now get ready for the new ‘REFABRICATED’ EP, out everywhere on all digital platforms, and catch The Black Seeds live across the UK and Europe in August.

The Black Seeds – REFABRICATED: Fabric Remixes & rarities EP Tracklist:

1: Hypnotized Again

2: Ariel

3: Every Part Of Me ft. Israel Starr & Gardna

4: Mariana Trench

5: Fabric (Bolt42 & Mu Remix)

6: Everybody Knows (Deep Fried Dub Remix)

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