Kinobe have shared their brand new track ‘Lost In Time’ via the SGKL imprint.
The track serves as an introduction to the band’s 8th studio album ‘Over The Horizon’, a deeply warming listen from start to finish. Across downtempo grooves, Kinobe continue to build their discography, leaning further into the art of sound-scapes and atmosphere. Through sonorous flute sections and acoustics, the track has a hypnotic quality, carried by its steady percussion.
Mastered by legendary engineer Frank Arkwright, ‘Lost In Time’ feels distinctly polished, melding the duo’s influences of soul to Funk, Blues, Jazz, and R&B. Made up of Julius Waters and Mark “Blackie” Blackburn, Kinobe first came together in 1998. Since then, the band have amassed over 40 million streams on Spotify following their breakthrough release ‘Slip Into Something More Comfortable’, later sampled by Engelbert Humperdinck.
Now returning once more with 11 mood-steering tracks, ‘Over The Horizon’ pushes Kinobe’s legacy further. Speaking on their latest body of work, they detail:
“This album is a sonic representation of driving down the highways of my mind at sunrise towards Shangri-la, which is always hiding just over the horizon.”
Pre-save the album here.
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