Seramic (feat. Bootsy Collins) – Greg’s Love

Seramic is a London-based band with Marcus Foster as its frontman. He describes himself as a ‘new alternative hipster gospel artist’. And it’s true, many of their funky, soul-flavoured tracks are supported by gospel-like background vocals.

Greg’s Love is one of them. It is, in fact, a track that was released last year without many media noticing it. Only now, radio stations across Europe start to give it a spin, resulting in the song entering the European Border Breakers Chart. So, it’s not too late…

Foster says about Greg’s Love: “The song began as a bass line sent to me by Greg, my bass player. It was inspired by Bootsy Collins, which is why we’re so honoured he agreed to get involved. It asks its listeners to celebrate; to find something fresh and exciting, like falling in love again, and just let go.”

After opening for Jack Garratt last year, from 29 March on Seramic will support Bear’s Den on their European trek. A headline tour can’t be far away…

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