Saturday, 25 November 2017

New Music: Introducing - Franc Moody

Over the last 10 days I’ve posted Breaking More Waves Ones to Watch for 2018. 10 artists, who I’m excited for next year. Whittling the list down to a manageable number always involves quite a bit of head scratching and some artists who, in an ideal world, I’d like to include just don’t quite make it. Some of those nearly but not quite acts this year were Breaking More Waves regulars / previously featured Lauran Hibberd, Keir, Bad Sounds, Easy Life and Joy Crookes and as well as a few that I haven’t featured before but have enjoyed live such as such Alma, Shame and Matt Maltese.

One further name that was on that long list for consideration was West London duo Franc Moody who have been dropping some swelteringly hot groove laden tracks over the past year or so and have picked up support recently from the likes of Pete Tong and Annie Mac. Franc Moody’s earlier work, which was instrumental, hinted at some potential but it’s their latest more overtly song based cuts that have really delivered. Most recent track Pheromones is their biggest tune to date. It’s a sweet bouquet of soul and pop that will satisfy any fans of the band Jungle until Jungle return themselves. It funks into the night with bags of class. Take a journey with them below.

Franc Moody - Pheromones

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