1. At The River The Barefoot Bandit 3:58

The Barefoot Bandit has today released their new single titled ‘At The River’. Originally a track by The Groove Armada, The Barefoot Bandit takes that song and makes it their own with a different bit of soul and a different kind of groove.

A bit more pronounced than the original, this new version IS original in the fact that The Barefoot Bandit completely own this version within the reimagine and Caribbean flavor found within the rhythm. Endearing and filled with percussive compassion, ‘At The River’ has a different feeling for a different audience with a gorgeous vocal by Charlene Soraia. Summer has arrived.

About The Barefoot Bandit

The scintillating vocals of the singer-songwriter matched with the delicious trombone, ‘At The River’ delivers on all fronts with a fresh Reggae spin on the anthem. Charlene Soraia is an international touring and platinum selling artist having reached number 3 in the UK single charts in 2010.

The Barefoot Bandit are a heavyweight ensemble based in the South West UK. The band mixes various musical styles, incorporating elements of Reggae, Punk Rock, Dub and World music.

Building a strong and loyal fan base, The Barefoot Bandit have spread their sounds far and wide, packing out shows at prestigious venues such as the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London and becoming a must watch act on the UK touring and festival circuit. Festival highlights have included appearances at Glastonbury, Boardmasters and BoomTown Fair.

Having reached number 4 in the iTunes reggae charts, TBB have self-released 2 EPs. Both releases have received national and international airplay from the likes of legendary DJ David Rodigan on BBC Radio 1 Extra.

TBB have just announced their first ever European Festival in France and are gearing up to release their debut album later this year which was recorded at the illustrious Karma Sound Studios in Thailand.

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