Black Slate return with a new album, new single, and some new members to play the Hootananny, Brixton.
After an extended hiatus, the reggae band are back, with fresh new material, and ready for more. Original members, Anthony ‘Pure Silk’ Brightly (Keyboards); Chris ‘Music House’ Hanson (Lead/Rhythm Guitar) and Desmond ’Drummy’ Mahoney (Drums/Congo/Percussion) were joined by newer cohorts, Colin ’Steam Fish’ McNiesh (Bass) and Jessie ’Energy’ Brade (Vocals) as well as Gaven ‘Magic Voice’ Creary (Vocals) for their new release.
‘Daylight‘, from the album ‘Peaceful Demonstration‘, is released on the on TCD Records – the label named for Tony (Anthony), Chris and Desmond, the original members of the band founded in 1972 in the United Kingdom. After 40 years in the music business, the deep roots reggae band returns with their first full-length album released since 1982.
Black Slate perform at Hootananny, Brixton on 26th September. ‘Daylight’ is available now.