BLONDE are Adam Englefield and Jacob Manson. Two young Bristolians who met over the internet via Adam's Youtube Channel "Eton Messy" and have been making sweet music ever since.
Blog readers might be familiar with them - they've hit #1 on aggregator the Hypemachine with their bootleg house versions of 90s dance and R&B classics. In the process they have racked up over 1.5 million plays on Soundcloud and 1.5 million plays on Youtube.
After all of their success remixing the classics that inspired them, they have been working hard in the studio with some very talented artists on their own forthcoming album.
'Foolish' is the first track they have revealed from their first E.P. A sweet, deep jam it features vocals from PMR Records signed R&B vocalist Ryan Ashley
Fittingly the E.P will be released on Eton Messy Records. Eton Messy has risen along a similar path to Blonde. Over the last two years the channel has built a huge following with 230,000 + subscribers using the platform to champion budding producers like Applebottom, TCTS, Toyboy & Robin, Maribou State (not to mention of course early Disclosure).
'Foolish' is the second release by the Eton Messy label, a natural extension, the first release being a track from Ribs AKA Jack from Clean Bandit.
With 'Foolish' they are getting the summer started and the pair will be DJing at Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, Global Gathering, Creamfields and Wireless with a live show coming in Autumn.
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