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Ben Pirani 'How Do I Talk To My Brother?' (Colemine)



Recorded with members of Dap-Kings at Daptone Studios. “It’d be easy to mistake this release for yet another soul revival album made by a dude who wasn’t there the first time around - but it’d be the listener’s mistake to make. What kind of record is a man with a punk past going to make when he’s been a mod, a rocker and a rare soul collector in between? One that draws on a familial history of activism, sacrifice and earnest hustling – the very same things we’re all being called upon to conjure as a society in this present moment. This is a body of work that lets neither performer nor listener off the hook, yet still understands the need for care and cause in the spaces between. Consider it: A band of fighters meant for the clear-eyed lovers of the world. Ben Pirani is not fooling around, and neither are the working musicians who agreed to make this record with him.” It's a record that feels so very easy and familiar, but at the same time fresh and relevant. Like the hype sticker says, “Soul music that’s so positive it might just spark a revolution!” For Fans Of...Mayer Hawthorne, Nick Waterhouse, Durand Jones, Sharon Jones.

Ben Pirani 'How Do I Talk To My Brother?' (Colemine)

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