FANTASTIC NEGRITO

NEW TRACK
‘CHOCOLATE SAMURAI’

VIDEO FEATURING FOOTAGE CROWD-SOURCED
ACROSS THE WORLD FROM FANS IN ISOLATION
WATCH HERE

Fantastic Negrito has released the new track, ‘Chocolate Samurai’, which is out now via Cooking Vinyl and available on all DSPs here. The accompanying video features fans across the globe submitting footage of them singing along to the track whilst in isolation.

Fantastic Negrito comments, “Have you lost your mind yet? I asked people around the world to send me footage of how they’re coping with corona virus…this is what came back. A moment of light. We may be isolated behind closed doors, but we are in this together.”

The track is the first taste of new music since the release of his second GRAMMY Award-winning album, PLEASE DON’T BE DEAD, which features the singles ‘The Duffler’, ‘A Boy Named Andrew’ and ‘The Suit That Won’t Come Off’.

Long hailed for his electrifying live performances you can also watch Negrito perform ‘Plastic Hamburgers’ live on Jools Holland here.

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ACCLAIM FOR PLEASE DON’T BE DEAD

‘A descendant of ‘What’s Going On’, delivered by a resilient Hendrix-style dandy’
Mojo

“… James Brown updated for the Black Lives Matter era”
Uncut

“Genre-mashing modern blues at its very best”
Classic Rock

“…carefully crafted to provoke some much needed conversations”
Wire

“Addressing subjects from addiction and gun crime to censorship and obscene over-consumption, the anger is righteous but leavened with the hope of change.”
Uncut

“Over a series of heaving, stomping riffs, it’s a cranked-up, slow-grinding attack on addiction and consumerism with a chant-along chorus: “Let’s break out these chains/Let’s burn it down.”
New York Times

“…fills the middle ground between modern protest music for the political rally and sweaty, sexed-up baby-making music for the bedroom.”
Rolling Stone

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