Zulu release debut album ‘A New Tomorrow’

Zulu have released their highly anticipated debut album, ‘A New Tomorrow,’ out now on Flatspot Records. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Zach Tuch (Dare, Trash Talk), with vocalist Anaiah Lei taking the lead on production, and a full band effort on instrumentation. It boasts 15 inspiring and eclectic tracks, ranging from towering hardcore and powerviolence, to songs fueled by jazz, hip-hop, and soul.

Zulu ‘A New Tomorrow’ artwork

‘A New Tomorrow’ tracklist:

01. Africa
02. For Sista Humphrey
03. Our Day Is Now
04. Music To Driveby
05. Where I’m From (Ft. Pierce Jordan & Obioma Ugonna)
06. Fakin’ Tha Funk (You Get Did)
07. Shine Eternally
08. Must I Only Share My Pain
09. Lyfe Az A Shorty Shun B So Ruff
10. From Tha Gods To Earth
11. Créme De Cassis By Aleisia Miller & Precious Tucker
12. We’re More Than This
13. 52 Fatal Strikes (Ft. Paris Roberts)
14. Divine Intervention
15. Who Jah Bless No One Curse

Having already released captivating videos for three singles, today the band shares a powerful short film for the track ‘From Tha Gods To Earth.’ Made in collaboration with director Malakai and Matr3arch production house, the video is available below.

Lei states on the song: “Even through the history of suffering and trauma, we have managed to push through and continue to strive in life. While we still continue to fight the effects of slavery and the long record of abuse to black individuals, we still prevail and we will continue to do so. In hopes that’s in the future, the generations to come can live in love and harmony as they should be and as we should have been.”

As Malakai comments on the creation process: “Working with Anaiah was a process that really cultivated the collective creativity through and through and brought me out of a very stagnant place after not filming my own art for years. At every step of the way he truly supported the vision of creating a music video that visually expressed the meaning of the song. Matr3atch is focused on visual worldbuilding alongside black artists through genre-driven art, film, and experimental media. We’re honored to have launched our first project with Zulu, an amazing group of artists who truly inspire us.”

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