The group’s powerful vocals and infectious beats stem from an array of different influences including the likes of Joss Stone, Janis Joplin and Damian Marley. They also take heavy influence from Belgian soul/reggae artist Selah Sue, who at some stage they would love to try and support.
‘We want to make people feel like dancing and that is why we believe our live set is so important ,’ Norell continues , ‘Without losing the idea of sharing important messages and concepts through our songs, if people dance to our music first , they will then we feel discover a meaning and a story behind the grooves. In addition, we believe strongly in supporting the LGBT community and i guess due to the cultural mix within the band feel strongly about standing up for human rights causes, children’s rights and so on, which may be unusual for what many may think is a pop band.’
‘Diggin’ it Deep Down’ is out 15th June