That perfect blend of electronica, funk, groove, and sheer originality, Fugitive Orchestra give a song in the form of ‘Tomahawk Caress’,  rife with sonic bliss and aural audacity designed to permeate the senses and infect the feet with a sensuous beat.

‘Tomahawk Caress’ is set to drop March 1st, 2019.

About Fugitive Orchestra
Portsmouth-based Singer-Songwriter James Tattington began performing as Fugitive Orchestra after reading a passage in a J. G. Ballard novel. Fusing together Beatboxing, Live-Looping and Guitar, Fugitive Orchestra makes music best described as Alternative Jazz-infused, Bluesy Hip-Pop; drawing inspiration from the likes of Andrew Bird, LCD Soundsystem, Talking Heads, Paul Simon, Kate Bush, and the Blue Nile.


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@almurray Ah, the ‘Fergie does Star-Spangled Banner’ treatment. Yikes.

About 3 weeks ago from Fugitive Orchestra's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone


Having garnered support and airplay from BBC Introducing as well as being featured on Tom Robinson’s ‘Fresh Faves’ for BBC 6-Music, the release of 2017’s Rules of the Riddle EP marked a departure from an earlier singer/songwriter approach and saw him developing his sound by incorporating full-band instrumentation. Now with the release of his latest single, Tomahawk Caress, Fugitive Orchestra adds Politically-charged Alt-Funk to his already diverse palette of sounds, incorporating influences from classic funk to Vulfpeck and Childish Gambino.

Fugitive Orchestra has supported the likes of Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer, The Petebox, Jerry Williams, Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls (The Wonder Stuff), shared a stage with early-naughties heroes Wheatus at the Isle of Wight Festival, and continues to take his exciting live show to ever-growing audiences.

SOURCE: Official Bio

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