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London-based Azu Yeché combines elements from Soul greats in new single ‘Plastic Life’

Azu Yeché kicks off a promising 2022 with his first single of the year, the rousing and introspective Plastic Life (released today via Farmhouse Records).

Plastic Life, combines elements from Soul greats (Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Al Green) with subtle folk and African music. The result, produced by Boe Weaver (Rhys Lewis, Jalen N'gonda, Lauren Hibberd), is a light hearted yet introspective soul track that is distinctively his.

Azu expands on this: “'Plastic Life was written out of a need to have an honest conversation without fear. It starts out a bit scared to confront the situation but progressively gets more assertive and clear. I really loved recording this song with Boe Weaver and they helped me capture that raw, organic, live sound that marries soul, gospel and blues'”

If you want to catch Azu playing live and experience his unique live performances, get tickets for:

18th May - The Green Note Camden

9th June - Chesham Village Hall, Chesham


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