2017-06-30T14:00:18+00:00 2017-06-30T12:49:36+00:00

Childhood release summery, soul-inspired "Cameo" from incoming album


Yesterday, South-London's Childhood shared “Cameo,” the follow up from the equally silky, light and soulful "Californian Light." "Cameo" is mellow, and an obvious summer jam from the band's upcoming Universal High album out July 21st on Marathon Artists. You can almost feel the smoothness of the track cooling you down on a hot day. With production from Ben H Allan III (Gnarls Barkley, Deerhunter, Animal Collective), who helped to hone in on the promise that the singer-songwriter-wunderkind and band leader Ben Romans-Hopcraft has shown on past releases. The track is reminiscent of great 70s soul music from artists like Curtis Mayfield and hints at psychedelia from contemporaries like Connan Mockasin. Universal High is absolutely an album to pre-order.

Childhood – Universal High Tracklist:

1. A.M.D
2. Californian Light
3. Cameo
4.Too Old for My Tears
5. Melody Says
6. Universal High
7. Understanding
8. Don't Have Me Back
9. Nothing Ever Seems Right
10. Monitor
 
Childhood Live Dates: 
April 28: Nantes L'Ere de Rien Festival, France
29th April – Live at Leeds
30th April – Stag & Dagger Festival, Glasgow
2nd May – Free South London Show (Venue TBA)
19th May – The Great Escape, East Wing, Brighton
19th May – The Great Escape, Horatio's, Brighton
27th May – Amsterdam London Calling, Netherlands
4th June – The Ritz, Manchester supporting Whitney
16th July – Latitude Festival, Southwold
22nd July – Hyeres Midi Festival 2017, France
1st to 5th November – Reykjavik Iceland Airwaves Iceland
 
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Categories:
70's · Electronic · Indie

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