Deep House Collective ‘Chinatown Suzy’ Has Recently Released Newest Track ‘Colours’

Chinatown Suzy makes house music with a social conscience, and have just released their latest track, ‘Colours’, celebrating the Pride Flag. ‘Colours’ is available now through all major media providers.

Initially finding their passion for music through Indian classical music and reggae, Chinatown Suzy took the plunge and has since had the chance to perform right around the world – including Brixton, Liverpool, Toronto, Paris, and Barcelona.
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‘Colours’ finds its inspiration in bringing awareness to the marginalised, and giving them a voice. Additionally, a portion of the streaming revenue will be donated to homeless transgender people. In effect, they are making “House For The Homeless”.
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You cand find out more about Chinatown Suzy online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Soundcloud.
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