Dundundun - Future HopeLABEL: Worm Discs
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Bristol’s Dundundun to release their second EP ‘Future Hope’ featuring poet, visual artist and filmaker Nadeem Din-Gabisi. The 6-piece band return on Worm Discs following their sold-out self-titled EP. Originally conceived as a four-to-the-floor banger in a pre-pandemic-world, ‘Future Hope’ was written in a small studio in NE Bristol. From the outset, what was originally a jam was quickly moulded into shape with the emphasis on leaving space for a vocal - awaiting someone like-minded who could use the piece as a platform to share our views as a collective.
London-based artist Nadeem Din-Gabisi was the perfect candidate. His flow, charisma and delivery combined with his own experience as a new father made him the obvious choice to breathe life into his conscious and conscientious lyrics, reflecting a mood of optimism in what seems to be a precarious world. ‘Future Hope’ is a message of positivity.
A1 - Future Hope (Feat. Nadeem Din-Gabisi)
A2 - Future Hope (Red Rack’em Remix)
B1 - Midnight Manoeuvres
B2 - Can Do