Sam Redmore and Dele Sosimi have today premiered their new single titled ‘Home’. World building with world feeling and an avant garde execution, Sam Redmore and Dele Sosimi collab on a brilliant take on something global and moving at the same time, with a guttural beat strutting global feet by taking a mashup of instrumentation and giving it a voice over a universal feel.

About Sam Redmore & ‘Home

Having built up an incredibly strong following for his edits and remixes, Sam Redmore truly broke onto the UK music scene in 2022, serving up slice after slice of eclectic funky goodness from his debut album Universal Vibrations, a release packed full of quality global grooves that had the ability to light up any dancefloor, carnival or party.

Radio support quickly followed the tastemaker club DJs with BBC 6 Music spinning tracks from the album hundreds of times (including over 100 plays for Nagu) and Sam contributing guest DJ mixes for a wide variety of shows from Craig Charles to Huey Morgan, Afrodeutsche to Cerys Matthews (who broadcast Sam’s guest mix on her Christmas Day show).

When Universal Vibrations came out Jazz FM made it Album of the Week and overseas FIP and KCRW also supported heavily.

2023 was all about recording the follow up and Sam assembled a crack team of musicians to give him the organic live sound he loves.

Glow was the first track to be released from his second album and is a glorious statement of intent – an instrumental brimming with musicianship riding a broken beat groove and swelling to a spine tingling piano breakdown.

Having shown off his instrumental chops, Sam then shared the first vocal led single to be taken from his forthcoming album – Let It All Out featuring the sublime vocals of band mate Lumi HD.

Now Sam drops Home – a truly special track for Sam as it features one of his musical heroes Nigerian British afrobeat star Dele Sosimi. Sam tells us: “Dele Sosimi is a hugely respected name in the afrobeat world, and somebody whose music I have been following for a long time – well before I started making music myself. To collaborate with him on a track really is a dream come true, with his contributions and influence on so much music that I love a huge deal to me. When I received the vocal recording for Home it immediately elevated what was something I was already proud of to a new level. You can hear the depth of emotion in Dele’s voice, and listening back to the track now I can’t help but feel that emotion within. There is a melancholy there but also hope and uplift – things that are important to me both in music and in life”.

Images by Khali Ackford.