South London trio All The People are always seeking out fresh challenges.
Eager to expand their horizons, the three-piece have worked with new collaborators, embracing new ideas in the process.
New album 'R Together' drops on on May 12th, and Clash is able to premiere subtly entrancing new cut 'Repeaters' – a collaboration with Nadia Nair.
An addictive slow-burner, it fuses soulful vocals with All The People's mosaic of sound to forge something a little different. The band explain:
"We teamed up with Swedish singer Nadia Nair after discovering her online and instantly falling in love with her unusual voice and style. We already had the instrumental for ‘Repeaters’ and we jammed with Nadia in London studio and hit it off straight away."
"The song is about family relationships for better or for worse and understanding your own feeling. The line 'burn a thousand love letters and read every one’ is one of the darkest lines we’ve ever written as it relates to grief and personal loss and with the video & the artwork we wanted to continue with that theme of what’s left behind after a fire."
Tune in now.