Premiere: Ruby May shines on groovy-as-hell debut EP, Kodachrome

Premiere: Ruby May shines on groovy-as-hell debut EP, Kodachrome

A luxurious six-tracker that goes down smooth in any situation.

After gigging f'in hard for the past 18 months around Perth's rich music scene (including a sneaky Jordan Rakei support and helping officially open the new stadium), Ruby May are finally ready to unleash their debut EP. In their final form as a groove-drenched seven-piece lead by their titular frontlady, Ruby May have recorded six (plus an intro) funk-fuelled slices of neo-soul they've charmingly referred to as "neo-doona-groove". While the tracks are filled with an irresistible amount of vibe that works both on the dancefloor or sipping on your finest liquers in a hazy lounge room, it was mostly inspired by Ruby's own battles with mental health.

Music for your body, mind and most importantly soul, it's a luxurious release that you'll be able to get very down to live when they launch it Friday 23 March at Mojos, joined by Nicole Filev, MYTHS, Hyclass & Premiss and host Cougar Morrison. Until then though, sit back, relax, and drink Kodachrome in below:

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