FUN TIME AGAIN!

The band have a new single, album, and live dates lined up...

FUN TIME AGAIN!
FUN-DA-MENTAL have a new single, album and live dates lined up.

The album, 'There Shall Be Love', is released in September, and features collaborations with a host of world music stars.

Among those appearing on the album are Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwal, nephews of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Tuvan throat-singers Huun Huur Tu, gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and Bapi Baul, whose father worked with the Rolling Stones.

A single will be released on July 9 to precede the album, titled 'The Last Gospel'.

The string of live dates kick off in Centenary Square in Bradford at 2.30pm on May 27, and take the band to Seville on June 2, Prague on July 6, Marseilles (21) and Sphinks Festival in Belgium (29).

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