Malady – London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down

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Malady’s ‘London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down’ is seriously intrinsic. A beautiful mish-mash of great talent and vast musical inspiration.

The track’s diversity is obvious from the start. A menacing drum mix combines with synth and guitar in delightful fashion. Comparisons with LCD Soundsystem and Bloc Party are obvious yet somewhat uncanny. Malady behold a unique sense of trailblazing post-modernity. 

The band are formed of Percy Junior Cobbinah (vocals/guitar), Charlie Clark (guitar/synth), Ertan and Khaleem Mitchell-Patterson (bass). Bonding over numerous years through a variety of stimuli, they have garnered strong underground support over the previous twelve months. Frequenting venues such as Brixton’s Windmill, it is clear there is much thought behind their musical process. 

The release comes as part of ‘Nice Swan Introduces,’ a series implemented as a collaboration between Nice Swan Records and RIP Records.

In the dictionary, the term malady is defined as “a serious problem.” ‘London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down’ is anything but, an effortless introduction to the London formed outfit. 

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