Today we are premiering the track/ video from North West London collective Retrospective For Love or RFL. With a sound that harkens The Roots, D’Angelo, with a Robert Glasper twist, this multi-national collective (UK/ France/ Italy) are spreading their unique sound all over the globe. Influenced by funk, soul, jazz, dub, hip hop, and electronic music, they decided to fuse it all together and make music they all love.
Retrospective For Love is a call for help heard through a vinyl record, because we all need some love in our lives sometimes. The kind of love that brings you back, it’s pure and naive, so once again you walk bare feet and dance in the rain. It feels easy, reassuring and it seems to have no limits.
“Let Me Know” (feat. Yazmyn Hendrix) is a tale of love; where good, bad, and confused confused feelings mesh into one. We all have been there at one time or another. RFL brings you back to that feeling, and this accompanying video helps keep you there. Their groove wil make you move, and the gathering of like minded soul-centric individuals forms together like Voltron to produce a catchy single like this. Out on Nov. 11th via Wormfood Records, this multigenre blend of sounds is all right in or book.
Check out the video below:
“Let Me Know”
Stream the track via Soundcloud:
More info on the band here.