O. Share New Video for “Slice”

O. Share New Video for "Slice"
O. Photo by Jamie MacMillan

O. – the London-based duo of baritone saxophonist Joseph Henwood and drummer Tash Keary – have announced details of the much anticipated debut EP, SLICE. Recorded live with Dan Carey at his London studio, the EP will be released via Speedy Wunderground on 24th November.

Coming hot on the heels of last November’s debut single “OGO”SLICE is a four-track snapshot of the duo’s first two years of existence. The first taste of the EP comes in the form of its title track.

Full of pneumatic patterns of riff and rhythm that draw from the muscular viscerally of metal and the dancefloor dynamics of build and drop, the new single arrives as a “Slice” sax and drum workout underpinned by the duo’s knack for dancefloor summoning earworms.

Speaking on the track, Tash says: “We wrote ‘Slice’ as soon as we got back from our gig and week in Recife, Brazil. One of the things we loved about carnival was the amount of energy and buzz that goes into the music, and ‘Slice’ is us taking that approach with our own songs.”

The single is accompanied by a new animated video created by Yevheniia Vynokurova. Going on to speak about the video she says, “We met Yevheniia at a few gigs in Slovakia where she was doing visuals for the amazing Ukrainian roots project UA Tribal. From Kyiv but living in Barcelona, Yevheniia has a super unique and gnarly animation style which we felt worked really well with our music.”

Upcoming Tour Dates:

Oct 2023
20th – Swn Festival – Cardiff
21st – Margate Sounds – Margate
Nov 2023
4th – The Great Western – Glasgow
Feb 2024
15th – Birmingham – Hare and Hounds
16th – Newcastle – The Cluny
17th – Glasgow – Hug and Pint
19th – Dublin – Workmans Club
21st – Leeds – Hyde Park Book Club
22nd – Manchester – Yes Basement
26th – Southampton – Heartbreakers
27th – Brighton – Dust
March 2024
2nd – London – Omeara

Stream “Slice” HERE.


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