FREAK POWER will play in Kyiv!
Many years ago, the British band Freak Power, who played wild mixes with jasmine jazz, funk, soul and trip-hop, lived. The band was created by Norman Cook, who later became known as Fatboy Slim, and Ashley Slater, a member of the 80's Loose Tubes jazz band. In 1993, their song Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out became a mini hit after being heard by Levi's jeans adverts of thousands of fans in many countries around the world. This track is part of the Drive Thru Booty album, which was released in 1994. Rush was the second hit on this disc. In 1996, LP More Of Everything For Everybody came out, this time Song # 6 was the soundtrack of the film Code 46 (2004). Since the late 90's the band has not been active.
But it's incredible, and Freak Power comes back with a new EP called United State. This is their first single since 1999, and the responses to it are already the most praiseworthy! The band not only recorded new material, but also planned to tour. Stop in Kiev - December 1 at the Caribbean Club.
United State is at the same time pop music that came out of the underground, and an appeal to weapons that would fit perfectly into any party. The texts feel confident and relevant - it is not surprising that the group decided to return right now and give an answer or discuss a number of topical issues in the world. Of course, besides the new material, we will hear old favorite tracks that are signi fi cant in their sound. We can say that today Freakpower is even more energetic than it was before. Therefore, the performance in Kiev should not be missed.