The video is testimony to the powers of the dancefloor...

LA group Gabriels return with powerful new single 'Love And Hate In A Different Time'.

The project - singer Jacob Lusk and producers Ari Balouzian and Ryan Hope - matches future soul to electronic production, reinterpreting club tropes for their own ends.

Debut single 'Loyalty' was on R&S Records, and it's followed by this transcendent piece of art.

Out now, 'Love And Hate In A Different Time' finds that perfect balance between rhythmic futurism and the human quality soul music can offer.

Retro-futuristic in its appeal, the track feels utterly right for these times, driven forwards by a potent sense of purpose.

The short film that accompanies the release begins in 1894, when Thomas Edison filmed members of the Sioux Tribe performing a Ghost Dance.

Moving through time towards the present day, it's a comment on the forwards rush of technology and the innate power of community.

Tune in now.

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