1. Where’s Jane Bond? indifferentmonkey 3:20

indifferentMonKeY have returned with their new single titled ‘Where’s Jane Bond’, featuring new singer Pippa as well as in conjunction with the new James Bond film ‘No Time to Die‘. The question remains, however. Where IS Jane Bond?

That fluid trip hop that indifferentMonKeY is amped and stamped with approval and, in a few ways, veers from the road that indifferentMonKeY has been traveling the last couple years. There is more of a dark groove here. And, if you’ve seen the new Bond film, then you know that there are a lot of changes. And these changes in this music fit that schema. The lends me to the belief that indifferentMonKeY is in a transition. Sitting in that cocoon waiting to hatch as a different entity, same in name only. Could this be true? Pippa really brings a different vibe to the music. And it is good. Lets hope we don’t have to wait five years like we would for a Bond film to find out.

About indifferentMonKeY

From a love of making music is indifferentMonKeY. The band are influenced by an eclectic mix of Trip Hop, Heavy Rock, Funk, Jazz, Electronic and Pop.

With two recent singles out, the band have had an amazing start to 2021 after being played numerous times on BBC introducing and getting play listed by the iconic KCRW in LA. Starry Constellation Magazine recently did an interview.

We have recently completed 8 tracks with our new singer “Pippa” and are literally in the process of mastering most of them. We have recently filmed 5 music videos which are all being lined up for the releases.

Our first track “Where’s Jane Bond” is officially out on the 30th Sept, the same day as the New Bond Film, No Time To die”. We have permission from Sony Music Publishing (World Wide) to release it using the Dr No (Monty Norman) Riff.

Check out our other features with indifferentMonKeY HERE.

indifferentMonKeY are:

Pippa: Vocals
Joe Lowe: instruments, writer and producer
The late great Keith Ashcroft: Guitars (RIP our lovely Keith)

Sessions by

Luke Wilding: Guitars
Keith Ashcroft: Guitar (Guitarist on “Murder on the Dancefloor” by Gregg Alexander and Sophie Ellis-Bextor)

Thanks to the amazing Maxime Lenssens for drums on “Trouble with You”