Massive Attack have today (23 February) shared the video for their collaborative track with Young Fathers, ‘Voodoo in My Blood’.
The Bristol hailing trip-hop legends released the ‘Ritual Spirit’ EP in January, with each track containing collaborations with the likes of Young Fathers, Tricky, Roots Manuva and Azekel.
According to Pitchfork, the super group have released the video for ‘Voodoo In The Blood’ today, which you can view below.
A second Massive Attack EP, written and co-produced by Daddy G, is rumoured to be coming in Spring, with an album to possibly follow later on in the year.
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Massive Attack teased the album artwork on Instagram on January 22, a day after the band revealed personalised remixes of their new music via a new app named Fantom.
The EP seems to consist of the four tracks previewed on the Fantom app: ‘Dead Editors’, featuring Roots Manuva; ‘Voodoo In My Blood’, ‘Take It There’, featuring Tricky, and title track ‘Ritual Spirit’, featuring Scottish Mercury Prize-winners Young Fathers – who are touring with Massive Attack until early February.
See Del Naja’s post below:
The group’s Fantom app includes snippets of the four new songs and allows users to mix the tracks in real time. It was in part designed by the group’s own Robert del Naja, and has been described as a “sensory music player that remixes and reforms songs uniquely using a variety of environmental variables including location, movement, time of day, heartbeat and the integral moving image camera.” Find more information here.