Higher Education – ‘Gift Called Life’

Higher Education are a fun-loving trio comprising brothers Petey and Danny Devaney on guitars, bass, and vocals, with Bradley Wilson on drums. The three has independently released three studio albums since 2010 – ‘Chasing Highs’, ‘Would You Like Fries With That’, and ‘The Ballad Of Alexander Henry’. Their feel-good single, ‘Gift Called Life’, is from their forthcoming fourth album, and serves as the perfect introduction to Higher Education’s fusion of classic reggae and psych rock.

Pilot Touhill – ‘Fever’

Born in White Plains, New York. but now living in Southern California, Pilot Touhill is on a mission to spread the good vibes. A singer/songwriter and animal rights activist, he volunteers at local animal shelters and rescues, as well as with his favourite non-profit organisation, Mercy For Animals, which focuses on protecting farm animals. 100% of the CD sales from his newest album, ‘Quiet Now’ will go to the charity. His latest track, ‘Fever’, is a catchy pop song with a hint of reggae, that’s guaranteed to hook his listeners in.

Daniel Correa – ‘The Wraith’

We’ve worked with Daniel Correa before featuring his pop/reggae track, ‘Don’t Stop’, back in the summer of 2016, which in an animated clip saw him hitting the streets of South Beach, Florida. Then in 2017 we shared ‘Fold It Back’, which added horns and synths to a hard-hitting backbeat, and the video showed an underdog boxer facing up against a champion prize fighter. Now to kick off 2018 we feature the video for Daniel’s latest track, ‘The Wraith’.