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Say She She

Silver

limited indies only clear 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £39.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy

black 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £38.99
Their 2nd album doubles down on everything: the funk; the playful melodies; the number of songs - It’s like pure silk, slipping through our speakers.
prism
  1. Prism
  2. Don't Wait
  3. Pink Roses
  4. Same Things
  5. Fortune Teller
  6. Apple Of My Eye
  7. Believe
  8. Better Man

Say She She

prism

Chief Records
  • lp

    Released: 7th Oct 2022

    £24.99
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  • cd

    Released: 7th Oct 2022

    £11.99
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The highly anticipated debut LP from Say She She, the all female discodelic soul band that will transport you with their dreamy harmonies, catchy hooks and up tempo grooves.

For Fans Of: Aasha Puthli / Grace Jones / Minnie Ripperton/ The Supremes/ Love Apple / Kendra Morris Previous debut 45 garnered much acclaim from KCRW, the BBC, Albumism, and countless more. The band consists of Piya Malik (El Michels Affair, former 79.5 and backing singer for Chicano Batman), Nya Parker Brown (former 79.5), and Sabrina Cunningham. The band's sound is a hat tip to late 70’s girl groups with the three strong female lead voices of Piya Malik (featured in El Michels Affair, and backing singer for Chicano Batman), Nya Gazelle Brown, and Sabrina Cunningham - whose vocals soar through a set doused heavily with funky bass lines, rhythmic wah guitar, melodic synths and lilting bansuri flute lines, bursting into a seamless blend of dreamy harmonies and catchy hooks. A multicultural, multi-instrumental, collaborative melting pot, pulling sounds and styles from all corners of their record collections. The largely self-produced debut album ‘Prism’ features contributions from Dap Kings Joey Crispiano & Victor Axelrod, Max Shrager (The Shacks) Bardo Martinez (Chicano Batman) Nikhil Yearwadekar (former Antibalas) Andy Bauer (Twin Shadow) and Matty McDermot (NYPMH). “The funkiest sh*t we’ve heard in a while” (KCRW) “A glorious overload of joyful elation and spiritual elevation” (MOJO)