Review: Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne – Real Love
Known for their eclectic fusion of electro, pop, deep-house and classical (renown for giving the cello a crazy new lease of life) Cambridge hailing foursome Clean Bandit bring a refreshing approach to their music, and it is more than fair to say that this have given electronic music a whole new meaning!
With their debut album ‘New Eyes’ released earlier this year, which cemented numerous UK single chart toppers, the group have released a fresh new track that requires our immediate attention. Having earned respect in the scene with their first UK singles chart topper ‘Rather Be’, it comes as no surprise that Clean Bandit have appointed North Londoner Jess Glynne once again to enhance their new material, especially as she was recently nominated for the MOBO Awards as Best Newcomer!
‘Real Love’ offers us a pop-house vibe, instantly blowing most of the tracks on their debut album out of the water. Opening with Jess’ soulful sounds cutting through subtle piano rifts, the track only picks up more energy as it bursts into full-blown Clean Bandit style. Due for release 16th November, this is merely a sneak peak of what’s about to come from the masters of a string quartet.