Southampton dance group FooR have dropped ‘Going Nowhere Soon’ (feat. Cameron Bloomfield), which bears all the hallmarks of being the band’s biggest single to date.
Released last month, ‘Going Nowhere Soon’ is the first release on their new FooRge Music label, and follows the Warner Music-signed FooR x Majestic x Dread MC’s ‘Fresh’, which earned huge support from Radio 1, Kiss, Capital Dance, and beyond, and was chosen for the Coors Light TV ad campaign (which will now run for another full year).
The opening salvo from FooR’s as yet untitled debut artist album, ‘Going Nowhere Soon’ sees the UK dance outfit join forces with singer/songwriter Cameron Bloomfield for a festival-sized drum & bass anthem that shouts loud about the lack of opportunities facing young people.
Listen to ‘Going Nowhere Soon’ by FooR x Cameron Bloomfield on the Official Fantasy Premier League playlist on Spotify.
FooR will release their debut album later in 2020. Hard at work pre and during covid, writing new material and planning their new live tour, the band recently helmed a Top 10, iTunes Hip Hop Chart Arts Council-funded album project, highlighting rising talent from their home town of Southampton; a city that looms large in their lives.
A large local following pack out their Solent shows and festival tents at IOW and Common People, the band have organised events and open mic nights for Southampton youth, and are prominent in the city’s bid for City Of Culture 2025.
Championed by the likes of MistaJam and DJ Target, FooR have released a slew of singles including ‘Black Bandana’, ‘Get Gassed’, ‘Premonition’ and ‘Fresh’. They’ve become part of the rising wave of global UK bass music, but are equally at home remixing the likes of Wretch32, Tinchy Stryder, Ghetts, and co.
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