indifferentMonKeY has released their new video for the track titled ‘Human Diamond’. A trip hop anti-war modern protest opus with a smooth groove and an endearing quality about itself that lends to your ears as well as your mind. Sneaking up from behind with an alt-rock way about it and a slow build to the payoff, ‘Human Diamond’ is a sleeper of a song with an awakening message.
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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. (If you need to label it we guess “New Trip Hop”kind of says it.
With now five very recent singles out, (started releasing only in Sept 2021) the band have had an amazing start to 2022 after being played numerous times on BBC introducing and getting play listed by the iconic KCRW in LA. indifferentmonkey are getting extensive airplay on the “Amazing Radio” platform, and lots of airplay on indie stations in the UK and the USA. The single “Naked White Noise” has been chosen to be on the new VR game “Billy Talent’s Notebook” due out in early 2022.
“Human Diamond” was recorded before the terrible invasion of Ukraine by Putin’s Russia. Until he leave Ukraine alone and withdraws his awful war machine all profits of the sale of the single will go to The Red Cross/Ukrainian Appeal.
Over a long hot Summer indifferentmonkey have recently completed 10 tracks with our beautiful, amazingly talented singer “Pippa” and are literally in the process releasing them at the rate of one a month. The next single “Human Diamond” is due out in Jan 2022. the first single “Where’s Jane Bond” was officially out on the 30th Sept 2021, the same day as the New Bond Film, No Time To die”. (With permission from Sony Music Publishing (World Wide) using the Dr No (Monty Norman) Riff.
Chosen to be part of a new VR game coming out of LA. Watch this space for more news!
Joe Lowe: instruments, writer and producer
George Ashcroft-Smith: Drums/percussion, bass and guitar.
Luke Wilding: Guitars
Keith Ashcroft: Guitar (Guitarist on “Murder on the Dancefloor” by Gregg Alexander and Sophie Ellis-Bextor) RIP Beautiful Keith.
Thanks to the amazing Maxime Lenssens for drums on “Trouble with You”