We here at SoulBounce are huge fans of the funk. There’s nothing we like more than a groovy bass line, a poignant drum kick and lively horns that make your face screw into the "funk face" formation as your soul is awakened. We are certainly getting our fix with the new single from the group MF Robots entitled “Come On With the Good Thing.” The title alone tells you everything you need to know; it is indeed a very good thing.
Upon first listen, this catchy track flows right to your senses and makes you want to move. We’d expect nothing less from a group created by Jan Kincaid and Dawn Joseph, who met while performing in the pioneering band, The Brand New Heavies. Kincaid was a founding member, drummer and main songwriter, while Joseph joined later as a featured vocalist. The creative spark between the two soon led to the dynamic duo writing and creating music together, and MF Robots -- shorthand for Music For Robots -- was born in 2016. According to Kincaid, ,the group's philosophy is, “We live in a very impermanent and volatile world in 2017, and we want to provide a little escapism for the soul with exciting energy and music that is both current and able to stand the test of time.”
“Come On With the Good Thing” is the second single from the duo and will officially be released on April 14th. The track, along with the first single "The Night Is Calling," is part of their as-yet-untitled debut album due out September 22nd. In anticipation of all this funk, disco and acid jazz goodness to come, MF Robots also released a music video for "Come On With the Good Thing," which is just as captivating as the tune. The hazy video captures performance shots of the band movin’ and groovin’, forcing the viewer to get in line and party along. It all just feels as good as it sounds and will likely provide the perfect soundtrack as we move into seasons of warm weather and carefree moods.
Be one of the first to get your groove on to "Come On With the Good Thing" and peep the visuals right here. Keep up with all their forthcoming releases and shows by following them on Facebook and Twitter.