Montréal Band Busty And The Bass Releases New Song ‘Eddie’ | Music News

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Montréal Band Busty And The Bass Releases New Song ‘Eddie’ | Music News

 

Canadian-American eight-piece soul-jazz collective Busty and the Bass has just released their latest video for their third album’s title track “Eddie”. The song fuses soul, funk and jazz, into a chill out sound that highlights the singer’s smooth vocals.

 

The video, directed by June Barrie with 2nd animation by Vincent Hurtu, is a beautiful, trippy animated piece that flawlessly matches the band’s romantic R&B and psychedelic funk soundscape.

 

Eddie, the band’s third album, was released in summer 2020 via Arts & Crafts. The 12 tracks set nostalgic and vulnerable lyrical ruminations against a soundscape of simmering soul, spirited rock, hypnotic hip-hop, perennial psychedelic funk and artful R&B.

 

Produced by Neal Pogue (Tyler The Creator, Anderson Paak) and executive produced by Earth, Wind & Fire’s Verdine White, it features legendary collaborators George Clinton, Macy Gray, Illa J and Jon Connor.

 

The octet composed of Nick Ferraro (vocals, alto sax), Evan Crofton a.k.a. Alistair Blu (vocals, keys, synths), Scott Bevins (trumpet), Chris Vincent (trombone), Louis Stein (guitar), Milo Johnson (bass), Eric Haynes (keys, piano), and Julian Trivers (drums) recorded Eddie over three uninterrupted weeks in Montreal.

 

If you enjoy the track, don’t hesitate to listen to the full album.

 

You can watch the official music video for “Eddie” right here:

 

 

#Peace.Love.Eddie

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