Swindle has released his powerful, provocative single 'NO BLACK, NO IRISH'.
The producer's new album 'THE NEW WORLD' is incoming, featuring a fantastic guest cast.
New cut 'NO BLACK, NO IRISH' is online now, and the killer production is augmented by some on-point vocals.
The title is a reference to the London landlord sign that plagues the city in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, but it's all a reference to the commonalities of the Black and Irish immigrant experiences and the bonds that exist between parallel communities.
Constructed alongside Maverick Sabre and Joel Culpepper, it's a powerful, provocative piece of music.
"We went to studio to retreat in the height of one of the most uncomfortable times I've ever known. Before that week the only time I had left my home since lockdown was to protest with Joel. During that time race and the current social unrest was still at the forefront of our minds, watching a conversation between Mav and Joel become this song was a defining moment for this record and speaks directly to the intent of the session, healing."
Maverick Sabre adds...
"NBNI is a song reflecting on the Irish and black connection through the experience in the UK. The title was a phrase used on signs in shop/hotel windows during a period of time symbolic of an attitude to both communities closely connected. Joel and I are just voicing that story of understanding each other through it all."
Tune in now.