Eats Everything has collaborated with Caribbean duo Shermanology on new single ‘Tell You What It Is’
Capturing the essence of house music, ‘Tell You What It Is’ combines euphoric gospel-like vocals, rousing organ chords and a pulsating bassline – an irresistible combination that’s simply made for the dancefloor.
“This is new territory for me,” Dan aka Eats Everything explains. “Working with full choirs, vocalists and instrumentalists is something I’ve never really done before so it’s out of my comfort zone making proper ‘songs’. The lockdown period gave me a lot of time to reflect, experiment and create and this record (along with the others coming) are a product of that time of experimentation. I really hope that people are into it!”
Shermanology added: “It was so dope working with Dan aka Eats Everything on this project. For us to be able to blend both our sounds feels great. We went in the studio with a choir consisting of family and friends, which makes it even more special for us.”
Dan invited Shermanology to join him on his 10 years of Eats Everything tour to play in his hometown at Lakota and their friendship blossomed. Shermanology also are set to release forthcoming music on Dan’s Edible label which he is really excited about.
A contemporary UK electronic music institution, Eats Everything has a global reputation built on versatility, superlative skills and a positive outlook: core fundamentals that have made him one of the most in-demand artists around. With his roots firmly embedded in the vibrant, influential music culture of his hometown, Bristol, Dan channels his broad musical palette into every aspect of his output.
Curaçao-born, Netherlands-based brother-sister duo Shermanology have spent the last five years refining their dynamic blend of soul-infused tech house, donning the edge and energy of their Caribbean and Dutch roots to give the dancefloors and airwaves a kick that has otherwise been missing in electronic music. More recently they received global acclaim on the 2021 hit ‘Boyz N Da Club’ which amassed over 5.6 million Spotify streams.
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