Brasstracks Are Just Fine In "I'm Alright" Feat. R.LUM.R
Playing with the jazz influences that brought them together, the Brasstracks collective have struck gold with "I'm Alright," featuring R LUM.R the second single from their forthcoming EP, Before We Go.
Built on the foundations of the hard-hitting horns and rhythmic drum beats, their newest single is an upbeat ballad touching on rejections and self-respect in toxic relationships. Mastered by Ivan Jackson, the group's trumpet player, and drummer Conor Rayne, the song's production is coupled with the sultry voice of singer, songwriter and guitarist R.LUM.R.
Like many of the New York City duo's music, Brasstracks finds a clever way to work in the horn and drum signatures that keep them outside the box. Though Jackson and Rayne are a newer musical act, they are by no means new to the business. The two-man-band has earned a Grammy for their work on Chance The Rapper's "No Problems (featuring Lil Wayne)," and appeared alongside Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson on Saturday Night Live.
Brasstracks is sure to impress with their eclectic, jazz-inspired electric dance music. Check out their new single "I'm Alright" below.