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:

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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