Calypso-Inspired ‘Normal’ New From This Human Condition Ahead Of Forthcoming EP

This Human Condition is back, with ‘Normal’, an electronic Calypso – Calypso-tronica if you like – inspired track, with the message that it’s okay not to be “normal”.

The song is set for release on August 10, and will be accompanied by a music video. It’s an upbeat, fun song which is guaranteed to put a smile on your face from the first note – and will stay there for the entire song.

‘Normal’ is the first release from This Human Condition’s new EP, ‘Normal People Are Crazy’, which will also feature ‘Night Is Gone’, a tropical house track with a moobahton feel, as well as ‘SexPulse’, a soulful trap tune, which conveys a feeling of vulnerability and fragility.

This Human Condition have captured the sound and feeling of summer in ‘Normal’, and created the perfect track to transport you away from the long hot days we’ve been experiencing lately.



This Human Condition is Jamie Jamal and Misterminchie. The duo formed in Bristol in 2015, and their music is a blend of many different styles of electronica, including house, synth-pop, trip-hop, dub-step, trap, and in the case of ‘Normal’, even caplyspo.

‘Normal’ is set for release on August 10. This Human Condition plan to release a new album in 2019.

This Human Condition will be performing on September 7 at Rough Trade Bristol. See here for further information. You can follow This Human Condition online on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Stream and download their music on YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, SoundCloud, and Bandcamp.

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