Slowe Unveils Mesmerizing Jazz-Fusion Single "Calibrate" from Debut Album
Prepare to be transported into a world of bouncing jazz-fusion as Slowe, also known as Sophie Hawes, releases her fifth single, "Calibrate," from her highly anticipated debut album, 'Where The Mind Wanders,' set to drop on July 28th. The avant-soul project has already gained recognition and support from influential figures such as Gilles Peterson, Robert Elms of BBC Radio London, James Threlfall from BBC Introducing, Don Letts of BBC Radio 6 Music, Laurent Garnier, and Wordplay Magazine.
Embracing Slowe's signature blend of jazzy production infused with swirling psychedelic elements, "Calibrate" beautifully encapsulates the musical and introspective themes of the album, serving as the closing track. Slowe delves into the exploration of fear of regression, the longing for personal growth, and the necessity for self-adjustment to attain balance and clarity. Guitarist Eli Jitsuto, a member of the innovative dancefloor instrumentalists Snazzback, contributes a floating guitar riff that gracefully glides through the ethereal soundscape. The lush retro vibe is complemented by fluttering vintage synths, spacey drum breaks, and the fuzzy bass strummed by Samuel Fox.
Describing "Calibrate" as her favorite track to date, Slowe reveals, "This song is the one I'm most proud of." Drawing inspiration from musical greats like Tyler, The Creator and Tame Impala, Slowe has crafted a blissful summer anthem that will leave listeners mesmerized and craving more.
Be sure to mark your calendars for the release of Slowe's debut album, 'Where The Mind Wanders,' and get ready to embark on an enchanting journey with "Calibrate," a captivating blend of jazz, fusion, and introspection.
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