Brighton act Kudu Blue share new song “When The Night is Over”, New EP out April 3rd

March 2, 2020 BY Nettwerk

Rising Brighton based quartet Kudu Blue return with another gem of a song, “When The Night Is Over.” Taken from their new EP Healthy, out April 3 on Nettwerk Records, the song is a tasteful nod towards 90’s garage music, reminding us of those hazy times at the end of a night out, as the dawn starts to break. Featuring distinctive driven electronic beats all wrapped around singer Clem’s captivating vocal lines, “When The Night Is Over” is about being there for somebody unconditionally…

The new song follows on from previous singles “Are You With Me?” and “Somebody To,” both will also be included in their new EP Healthy.

It’s a been a hugely productive past 12 months for them having released the genre-defying EP Auras in early 2019, played major events such as Glastonbury, BBC Introducing Live and toured with Tennyson and Vök. Previous single “Somebody To” was playlisted by BBC Radio 1 as their BBC Introducing Track of the Week, receiving prominent spins from the likes of Nick Grimshaw, Scott Mills, Clara Amfo and more.

LIve Dates:

16th April – Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store (headline gig)

3rd May – Newcastle, UK @ Hit the North Festival


About Kudu Blue:

Driven by talent, curiosity and an unyielding can-do attitude, Kudu Blue give you a refreshing snapshot of dance music in the UK in 2019, a back to basics postcard from the underground club scene. Their distinctly fresh sounds combine to bring on a new wave of progressive UK modern dance-pop, which has seen them gain a media fans including The Line of Best Fit, Wonderland, Complex, Clash, Pigeons & Planes and BBC radio DJs Lauren Laverne, Huw Stephens, Jamz Supernova, etc.  A band making serious waves, they produce some of the most contemporary music out there, having released a string of singles over the last couple of years. Their sound encompasses influence from across both time and space. From 90s trip-hop & sound system culture, all the way through to Buddhist chanting, and back around to old skool hip-hop & R&B. Made up of Owen (keys), Tom (bass), Creeda (rhythms) and Clem (vocals), the Kudu Blue’s latest EP Auras is entirely self-recorded and produced, using a home studio that they moved between their various homes.