The Compozers – Feel Right

The Compozers Feel Right

Introducing their triple-threat to the world, the ensemble release their first-ever single as vocalists on their new single ‘Feel Right’. The anthem comes as the debut to their highly anticipated EP, ‘The Experience’ – the first project ever seen from the North London quartet.

Establishing themselves as the go-to tour band for all the major artists from Koffee to D’banj, ‘Feel Right’ reveals an element of the group that’s never been heard before! Setting the precedent for what’s to come, the Afrobeat vibe combined with elements of Funk prove their innate musicality, exemplifying their unique flair for contemporary compositions. Collaborating with Triple H Horns, The Compozers show off their instinctive ear for live instrumentation with a three-piece live horn and brass section, demonstrating why they remain the connoisseurs of compositions.

As natural performers, ‘Feel Right’ was created with moshing in mind. From Glastonbury and Wireless to Reading and V Festival, The Compozers have done it all “How a band making man do mosh pits?”, is a testament to how the group consistently pushes the boundaries of popular Black music. Since the forced postponement of their sold-out, world tour alongside Davido, it was only right to give their fans ‘The Experience’ – especially after their legendary performance with Chris Brown in LA last year.

The visuals by Paul Akins sees The Compozers’ care-free vibe personified, as we get an insight into their laid-back, lavish lifestyle. “RoundHouse sell-out, Brixton sell-out, how you telling me we ain’t the Goat?” Pandemic or not, The Compozers are here to stay, and their exuberant energy on ‘Feel Right’ effortlessly transcends from the stage, into their body of work.

As they continue to make the most of what life throws at them, fans can look forward to their appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s 2021 Live Sessions, featuring the likes of Pa Salieu, Bellah, and Stalk Ashley, this Spring.

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