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Refined soulful band KARMACODA share romantic ‘Fire’ single


Refined Band


KARMACODA



SHARE R&B Infused Single ‘Fire’


RELEASE DATE: 15th July

LABEL: Sola Musa Music




R&B and soul-infused band KARMACODA have released their single ‘Fire’ on the 15th of July via Sola Musa Music. KARMACODA has received recent support from the likes of Metal Magazine, CLASH Magazine, Wonderland Magazine, Hotpress, Medium, Backseat Mafia, CelebMix, Son Of Marketing, Magnetic Mag, VENTS Magazine, HMWL, EDM Identity, FAZE Magazine, Decoded Mag and Irish National radio RTÉ 2XM's Dan Hegarty, to name a few, and have had their creations placed in several film and TV scores.


The band has also earned several awards including the Hermes Creative Awards (Platinum) for the Lo-Fi Girl video and Make Me The Onevideo which also earned one Unglued Music Video (Gold) and three Davey Awards for Video Entertainment, Best Use of Music and Art Direction (all Silver).


KARMACODA is comprised of Jessica Ford (vocals), Brett Crockett (aka B. on vocals and producer) and Japanese-American multi-instrumentalist Eric Matsuno (bass and other unique elements). The trio’s sound has been compared to a unique mix of Paloma Faith, Adele, and Pixie Lott.


Smooth piano and jazz infused notes cascade this emotionally gripping song that speaks on the natural excitement and butterflies that one can experience when they fall for someone. Jessica Ford’s vocal delivery has a sultry tone and groove that one could easily lose themselves in.


Jessica Ford elaborates on the vulnerable meaning of creating this song: “‘Fire’ is about a historical relationship with the deepest desire, a fire that could not be put out. I would drive to the East Side, blinded by love. Nothing else mattered. We used to take limo rides and rendezvous to see each other. It was a seductive, romantic time that started the hottest fire. We knew we couldn't be together back then as we were "just kids playing truth or dare" , games in love.”






Image credit: Bill Shupp

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