‘Slow Down (remix)’ marks the first taste of Crown Heights’ forthcoming debut album of the same name.
Formed in 2019, seven-piece reggae ensemble Crown Heights have delivered the first single lifted from their debut LP, Slow Down, due for release in July.
A melting pot of reggae styles, Crown Heights comprises members from Jamaica/London, New Zealand, Mauritius, Brazil, Samoa and Sri Lanka, each bringing their own sonic flavour to the mix.
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Having launched the band during the chaos and adversity of the pandemic, their new single looks to unleash positive vibes upon the masses on the back of 2020.
‘Slow Down (remix)’ is a reimagined version of a track originally released by UB40 on their 2008 album twentyfourseven, featuring Crown Heights co-founder Marvin Priest.
Upbeat, energetic and full of groove, harmonised vocals intertwine with vibrant horns and an energetic rhythm for a track that is certain to have you up and dancing with the first listen.
A downright fun track, Crown Heights’ new single is a very promising taste of their debut album.
Check out the film clip for ‘Slow Down (remix)’ below.
‘Slow Down (remix)’ enjoys its official release on Friday May 14. Keep up with Crown Heights via Instagram.