Track: Greentea Peng – Spells

Rising star Greentea Peng rounds off the year with the release of ‘Spells’,  a track first written around the release of her debut EP SENSI and now shared as the perfect send off to 2020. 

In her own words:

“On a lighter note, to end the year I release spells AKA beg friend. Written around SENSI times, I guess this one explores the idea of tribalism and the want / illusion or desire to please everyone, thus gain acceptance. The process of travelling through that and coming out of the other end rather comfortable in yourself. 
As someone who has struggled as a yute with wanting to ‘fit in’ this was kind of a final purge of that stage in my ego development. But also its about the idea of casting spells with negative language and behaviours we adopt and use about/ towards our peers. Words are vibrations at the end of the day and it’s called S P E L L I N G for a reason.”

Bass heavy jazzed beat give Peng a base to deliver her words with that soothing vocals of hers. Words spoken in a honeyed waterfall float with the lonesome notes played on piano. The blend of traditional melodies and more modern urban beat and Pengs deliveries sound so fresh and works so well. This lady has a big future ahead of her.

Check it out, here

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07/04/2021 – Kantine am Berghain,  Berlin
16/04/2021 – Hare & Hounds,  Birmingham
17/04/2021 – Sneaky Pete’s,  Edinburgh
18/04/2021 – CCA,  Glasgow
20/04/2021 – Manchester Academy,  Manchester
21/04/2021 – The Grand Social,  Dublin
22/04/2021 – 24 Kitchen Street,  Liverpool
24/04/2021 – Coventry Central Library,  Coventry
25/04/2021 – The Bodega Social Club,  Nottingham
26/04/2021 – Belgrave Music Hall,  Leeds
28/04/2021 – Earth,  London
29/04/2021 – Patterns,  Brighton
30/04/2021 – Thekla,  Bristol
09/05/2021 – Paradiso,  Amsterdam
10/05/2021 – Botanique,  Brussels
13/05/2021 – La Maroquinerie,  Paris

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