The Melbourne nine piece funk-soul powerhouse The Bamboos return with a new single "Lit Up" taken from their forthcoming album, Night Time People, the group's eighth studio album due out June 8 through Pacific Theatre/BMG. Millions of listeners globally are already familiar with the winning combination of The Bamboo's guitarist / leader Lance Ferguson and vocalist Kylie Auldist, thanks to "This Girl" by Kung Vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners. One of 2016's biggest chart hits, "This Girl" was a remix of a 2009 track co-written by Ferguson that showed that the world was craving pop music with genuine soul. "Lit Up" is built upon an insanely catchy piano riff and the best use of cowbell since "Honky Tonk Women." In contrast to that, Auldist sings of trying to hide away from her pain: "When the sun goes down, feel my heart fill up with regret." Accompanied by a stylish high contrast black and white video, the end result is a song with a unique balance of irresistible groove and raw emotion. Which could well answer the question George Clinton asked many years ago: "what is soul?
The Melbourne nine piece funk-soul powerhouse The Bamboos return with a new single "Lit Up" taken from their forthcoming album, Night Time People, the group's eighth studio album due out June 8 through Pacific Theatre/BMG. Millions of listeners globally are already familiar with the winning combination of The Bamboo's guitarist / leader Lance Ferguson and vocalist Kylie Auldist, thanks to "This Girl" by Kung Vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners. One of 2016's biggest chart hits, "This Girl" was a remix of a 2009 track co-written by Ferguson that showed that the world was craving pop music with genuine soul. "Lit Up" is built upon an insanely catchy piano riff and the best use of cowbell since "Honky Tonk Women." In contrast to that, Auldist sings of trying to hide away from her pain: "When the sun goes down, feel my heart fill up with regret." Accompanied by a stylish high contrast black and white video, the end result is a song with a unique balance of irresistible groove and raw emotion. Which could well answer the question George Clinton asked many years ago: "what is soul?
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The Melbourne nine piece funk-soul powerhouse The Bamboos return with a new single "Lit Up" taken from their forthcoming album, Night Time People, the group's eighth studio album due out June 8 through Pacific Theatre/BMG. Millions of listeners globally are already familiar with the winning combination of The Bamboo's guitarist / leader Lance Ferguson and vocalist Kylie Auldist, thanks to "This Girl" by Kung Vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners. One of 2016's biggest chart hits, "This Girl" was a remix of a 2009 track co-written by Ferguson that showed that the world was craving pop music with genuine soul. "Lit Up" is built upon an insanely catchy piano riff and the best use of cowbell since "Honky Tonk Women." In contrast to that, Auldist sings of trying to hide away from her pain: "When the sun goes down, feel my heart fill up with regret." Accompanied by a stylish high contrast black and white video, the end result is a song with a unique balance of irresistible groove and raw emotion. Which could well answer the question George Clinton asked many years ago: "what is soul?