VIDEO OF THE WEEK: SLUMB 'COME AND GET IT'

Electronic sounds, a far-out video and a serious message






SLUMB combines Senbeï’s electronic sound explorations with Asian accents that go hand in hand with Julien Marchal’s refined piano.


Draped in an adventurous poetry, SLUMB explores a musical universe made of sobriety and vaporous harmonies. As if Erik Satie met Burial, the melodies of pianist Julien Marchal marry the instrumentals of the producer Senbeï in an Electronica tinged with melancholy pop.


This is evident in the first single ‘Come and Get It’ from the new project featuring UK artist CW Jones.


The song and video follow the story of a young man struggling with his addiction to pain killers, while hallucinating in the streets of Moscow.


Directed by Russian filmmaker Andrei Bulatchik, (who’s own career kicked off working on The Revenant directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu), the video takes you on a hypnotic and crazy journey following the main character through Moscow.


The song is a mixture of lavish vocals alongside CW’s ever insightful and tactful rapping, fuses the song together creating something fresh and unique, amidst a back story on the all too familiar subject addressing mental health.


This single falls ahead of SLUMB’s album release ‘Play Dead’ dropping on the 16th April.


Come and Get It is out now- https://ffm.to/come-and-get-it


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https://www.facebook.com/slumbmusic


https://www.instagram.com/slumb_officiel/



https://twitter.com/julienmarchal



https://twitter.com/hugosenbei



https://www.facebook.com/banzailabfanpage



https://www.instagram.com/banzai_lab


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