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Hear This: Laville - Thirty One

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Laville, Acid Jazz Records' first male solo signee since Jamiroquai, gives us a smooth, sultry slow jam to ease the 9-5 blues.  

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After employment in Michelin starred restaurants, music venues and many front-of-house roles, the North London-born and bred soul singer has maintained a relentless work ethic - one that has since led back to his first love. 

A follow-up to his debut single 'Easy', 'Thirty One' is fulfilling, snappy and infuses the best of funk, soul and blues. Twinkling instrumentation supports a passionate coming-of-age tale. Unlike 'Easy', an expansive ballad, 'Thirty One' is neatly packaged and feels at home playing live in a decadent, dimly-lit cocktail club. Speaking about the track, he explains, "I think its important to understand yourself and your age and to not let that hold you back from doing what you need to be fulfilled."

Both 'Thirty One' and 'Easy' come from Laville's forthcoming debut EP, set to be released in the spring with, no doubt, high demand for live dates across London and the UK. 

Laville is the first male solo artist to be signed to the small but mighty Acid Jazz Records since Jamiroquai.

Listen to 'Thirty One' now. 




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