Not yet reviewed.
Their extraordinary new album TBNH, however, finds the band – and main songwriters funk-soul brothers Andrew Levy (bass) and Simon Bartholomew (guitar) - embarking on an entirely new chapter in their illustrious history.
A heady cocktail of Chic-style funk-pop, sunshine grooves and scorched-soul balladry, TBNH refines, reimagines and ultimately reinvents a winning formula which has won them sixteen top 40 hits and three million album sales
Including a breath-taking cover of Kendrick Lamar's These Walls, recorded with long-term associate and vocalist N'Dea Davenport produced by Heavies uber-fan Mark Ronson. A return to the classic line-up that had originally brought the funk into the nascent producer's life having caught their live show in New York in '91, a meeting that later saw him invite the band to play at his fortieth birthday celebrations.
|Primary Format - Music||Vinyl|
|Artist||BRAND NEW HEAVIES, THE|
|Label||Acid Jazz / [PIAS]|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
|Music Genre Secondary||Funk & Soul|
- 1. Beautiful with Beverley Knight
- 2. Stupid Love with Angela Ricci
- 3. Just Believe In You with Siedah Garrett
- 4. Getaway with N'Dea Davenport
- 5. Heat with Honey Larochelle
- 6. The Funk Is Back with Simon Bartholomew
- 7. Together with Angie Stone
- 8. These Walls & N'Dea Davenport
- 9. It's My Destiny with Siedah Garrett
- 10. Wired Up with N'Dea Davenport
- 11. Dance It Out with Angela Ricci
- 12. Little Dancer with Jack Knight
- 13. Dontcha Wanna with Laville
- 14. Get On The Right Side with Angela Ricci