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  • Kings of the Rollers & Katy B Premiere New Song “Paradise” on BBC Radio 1

  • London-based DJ group Kings of the Rollers and British singer-songwriter Katy B teamed up to premiere a new song “Paradise” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.


    The track was written by Kathleen Brien, Devan Gray, Mark Gaunt, and Rouen Wilkins. Produced by Kings of the Rollers.
    The accompanying music video was directed by Louis Lincoln.
    Kings of the Rollers told Clara Amfo abiut the song, “It's a song that came together over a really long period of time. So it's written like, grown. You did the first draft in lockdown. It's tiny. I did a bit and Dave did a bit and then I did a bit more and it's just been round and round and round and then got your amazing vocal on it, which is just what it needed to get it over the line.”
    They added, “Just got a strong idea. I think it's just the kind of thing it doesn't sound like anything else that was around at the time when we were making it or now so.”
  • Katy B said of the song, “My manager was played at the track. And I instantly was like, 'wow", as you said, so he's got this like really kind of like, uplifting kind of vibe to it. And it was already called into 'Paradise'. The instrumental which I love. I'm always jealous of producers like getting to name tunes without lyrics and stuff. I don't know. It was just like, because it was called something really fun. But so that was a really good start for me to kind of like, a good inspiration for me to start kind of building a song around it.”
    She continued, “And I just kind of wanted to write it about like, kind of almost about like being at a festival or something like that. Like, this just reminds me of Glastonbury and basically being in that world and just not wanting to leave and the getting lost in there and like there's a line in the second verse, which is 'in this world where we have God's forever lost' and I just feel like it's that moment where you just feel like, because stay there forever, but you can't is the feeling it can't last forever. So but it's still paradise, and you can always keep that special place in your mind and go back there and tap into that whenever you need it.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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