Channel golden age hip hop on ‘Maybe Tomorrow’
New EP ‘Bottle This Fire’ released 6th May 2022
‘Maybe Tomorrow’ is the new single from Sheffield’s 12-piece hip-hop behemoth, lifted from the new EP, ‘Bottle This Fire’, out 6th May 2022 on their own label, Nah’m Sayin’ Records, and published by Full Thought. The EP was produced and mixed by Grammy-nominated producers Andy Thompson (Taylor Swift, The Hamilton Mixtape) and Lazerbeak (Doomtree Records), and recorded at Chairworks Studios with David Watts (Kaiser Chiefs).
They say: “Gritty brass and crunching beats swirl around V3xation’s lyrics, where living your life as a movie takes on a darker, more introspective edge. The closing moments race out of control, as we try to keep our head above the waves.”
Renegade Brass Band combine a big brass sound with raw hip-hop vocals and beats, and have built a huge live reputation as a headline act. RBB have played packed-out shows at venues across the UK and Europe, and their unique sound and energy has seem them support acts such De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, Grandmaster Flash, Public Enemy, The Cat Empire, Jamie Cullum, Quantic, Craig Charles and many more.
A hit with festival crowds across the world, the band have played at festivals
including Glastonbury, Java Jazz Festival Jakarta, Dubai Jazz Festival, and the 2019 BBC 6 Music Festival. They have performed live sessions for BBC6 Music’s Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show, and have had airplay from BBC6 Music, BBC Radio 2 and Radio 1 in the UK, as well as a host of international TV and radio stations.
The band have previously released two studio albums, ‘Totems’ (2017) and ‘RBB: Rhymes, Beats & Brass’ (2013), a remix album and EP, and ‘The Abbey Road Sessions’ (2018), a live recording taken at the legendary studio.
‘Maybe Tomorrow’ / 25th March