News RnB 12/04/2018

Lack Of Afro Takes Us 'Back To The Day' In Sunshine Soaked Soul Gem

Lack Of Afro Takes Us 'Back To The Day' In Sunshine Soaked Soul Gem




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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Adam Gibbons (aka Lack of Afro) is back in some style with 'Back To The Day', a beautifully produced summer sizzler crammed full of infectious hooks, top musicianship and most importantly - vibe by the bucket load. Taking a nod from classic material by artists such as The Jackson 5, Earth Wind & Fire (and more recently Vulfpeck), 'Back To The Day' is Lack of Afro doing what he does best - blending old and new with big drums and heavy percussion to come up with a crossover classic that's entirely his own, whilst all the while developing his abilities as a songwriter.

Providing a dynamite vocal is regular collaborator Elliott Cole. Not just the voice of the track, he also plays guitars and bass, whilst ably backed up by some stellar musicians including George Cooper (Haggis Horns) on keys, Rory Simmons (Blur, Jamie Cullum) on trumpet, string and horn arrangements and Harry Harding (Yola Carter) holding down the backbeat on drums.

Keeping the dancefloor packed and turning the party vibes right up to 11, 'Take It Up A Notch' (featuring the brilliant Wax & Herbal T and taken from the critically acclaimed 'Back In Business EP') completes what is arguably one of the strongest single packages of the year!

Lack of Afro continues to go from strength to strength. 2016's 'Hello Baby' (released on his own label LOA Records) picked up a BBC 6 Music 'Album Of The Year' nomination & appeared in the Top 10 of the iTunes R&B / Soul chart in 21 countries worldwide. More recently, Adam's music continues to be used across all aspects of film & TV by networks such as ABC, Fox, NBC, Sony Pictures & the BBC whilst he also has released music on Universal & Warner Brothers Records.

Both tracks are taken from the new album 'Jack Of All Trades', released on LOA Records in May 2018 and supported by a live band UK tour in May & throughout various festivals throughout the summer.

Digital Release : Friday 13th April 2018
7" Vinyl Release : Friday 18th May 2018

Tour Dates:
6 May- Rock City, Nottingham
11 May- Bierkellar, Exeter
12 May- Camp & Furnace, Liverpool
18 May- The 100 Club, Oxford Street, LDN
19 May- The Bassment, Chelmsford
26 May- Band On The Wall, Manchester
31 May- The Parish, Huddersfield
1 June- Hoochie Coochie, Newcastle
9 June- Lemonfest, Newton Abbott
7 July- Mostly Jazz, Birmingham
15 July- Readipop Festival, Caversham
19 August- Sunrise Celebration Festival, Hereford






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