Anderson. Paak's touring band and revered LA session guns The Free Nationals have shared yet another single from their anticipated debut album, the breezy reggae-inspired 'Eternal Light.'
The single sees Free Nationals teaming up with Jamaican artist Chronnix to stress the importance of good vibes, positivity and smoking dank kush - something all of us could use a bit more of.
Drummer Callum Connor elaborated on the collaboration in a press statement, saying that “It was a pleasure to work with Chronixx on ‘Eternal Light’. The melody ideas he comes up with are unlike anyone else. They are totally different from the usual R&B pop writers we work with.”
Listen to the lofty new single below.
On top of their hectic tour schedule with Anderson. Paak over the past twelve months, The Free Nationals have released a number of tracks from their forthcoming debut album - the fantastic RnB cut 'Beauty & Essex' with Daniel Caesar and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, 'Time', which features a posthumous verse from Mac Miller and vocals from Kali Uchis and the funky 'On Sight' with
We spoke with Free Nationals keyboardist Ron Avant back in December last year - read that interview here.