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Malady With Their Outstanding Track "London, I Love You but You're Bringing Me Down"

Introducing upcoming band Malady they were birthed as a result of Percy Junior Cobbinah (vocals/guitar) and Charlie Clark (guitar/synth) getting to know one another from turning up at the same gigs; Cobbinah and Ertan Cimen (drums) frequented all the same uni house parties; while Clark met bassist Khaleem Mitchell-Patterson at college. Fusing musical elements from dub, post-rave, early dubstep and IDM with formative indie guitar music,

the band draws inspiration from day-to-day living, focussing on conversations and social observations.Produced by Eduardo De La Paz and the band’s own Charlie Clark, ‘London, I Love You But...’ explores the band’s complicated relationship with the capital. Following the release of their newest single "London, I Love You but You're Bringing Me Down" they project a very funky sound that will certainly captivate your ears. Starting the track with an upbeat energy leading onto their luscious and loud vocals they complete this track completely. The track would be perfect for a late night drive or just hanging out with some friends. To explain this track further it's about having that strong love for London but at the same time feeling let down from certain things that are going on. Expressing your love to a city that you adore so much, but situations sometimes seem to shift. The intense energy this song provides will surly make you want to leave it on repeat. Go check out this amazing tracks and stream their discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.


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