Brighton based four-piece Yakul has been making waves lately with their forward-thinking brand of neo-soul/jazz and live performances.
Channelling a similar aesthetic to that of Hiatus Kaiyote with hints of Moonchild, this is one band you need to keep your eyes on.
Influenced by the likes of J-Dilla, D’Angelo and the Soulquarians, the group eloquently marries thoughtful, soulful lyrics with deep grooves and jazz-infused progressions, Yakul seamlessly blends genres to create something fresh and original.
They recently dropped by the Worldwide FM studio for a live session for WW Daily in which they performed their new single ‘Blossoming’, the second song to be taken from their debut EP ‘Getting Late’ which arrives next month.
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5th July Love Supreme Festival, East Sussex (headlining the Bandstand / Arena stage)