Aloosh released their new single 'Time' on August 17th 2011 through Nature Scene Records. The four piece compromising of Jodie Scantlebury, producer/multi instrumentalist Alastair McNeill, bassist Jack Allinson and drummer Joshua Blackmore blend a misture of influences from electronica, jazz and indie to create a their own unique formula.
Lead vocalist Jodie Scantlebury started her career as a backing singer and has worked with the likes of Roisin Murphy, Cee-Lo Green, Eliza Doolittle, Mr. Hudson and the Wombats; in more recent times Jodie collaborated with Bloc Party's Kele Okereke on a track for his solo record 'The Boxer'.
With support from DJ's such as Rob Da Bank, Tom Robinson, John Kennedy and Eddy Temple-Morris, Aloosh are set to release their debut album later in 2011.
The video for 'Time' was produced and directed by Harry Handyside at The Old Nuns Head in Peckham, London and features a cameo appearance from Scroobius Pip amongst others.
Aloosh will tour the UK later this year.
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