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Sons Of Kemet New Album 'Lest We Forget What We Came Here To Do'

After the blistering success of their debut album 'Burn' in 2013, Sons of Kemet return with their highly anticipated follow up 'Lest We Forget What We Came Here To Do.' The bar has indeed been set high for the second album, but yet again Sons of Kemet have surpassed themselves, delivering an album stuffed to the rafters with the euphoric, danceable grooves and riffs that made 'Burn' such an unprecedented success and audiences go crazy.

The album's overall restless and trancey energy is most definitely a collective achievement, and over the past year and a half Sons Of Kemet have seeped this latest material into their irrepressible live sets. 'Lest We Forget What We Came Here To Do' is proof that there's still nothing quite like the ‘supergroup' sound of Sons Of Kemet: eloquent, fierce, explosively funky and thrillingly out-there.

 

"An exciting, danceable, exhilarating album" 5 ***** BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE

"Two years ago, Sons of Kemet were already blowing live audiences away and fascinating listeners on record – they do it even better now." 4 **** THE GUARDIAN

"Intensely sensual and exhilarating combo of rhythm and melody" 4 **** JAZZWISE

 

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Live Dates

13 Nov 2015 - Rich Mix London
14 Nov 2015 - Jazz Forum Bayreuth Bayreuth
18 Nov 2015 - Cube Cinema Bristol Bristol
19 Nov 2015 - North Devon Theatres Barnstaple
21 Nov 2015 - The Kazimier Liverpool

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