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F.Y.A.H. To Release New Single "Cool Down"

Jamaican reggae band set to drop new track on April 4, sets the way for the debut album launch


L-R: Nicolas Groskopf, Delroy ‘Pele’ Hamilton, and Elton Earlington. members of F.Y.A.H


Rising Jamaican reggae band, F.Y.A.H., is set to drop their new track, "Cool Down," on April 4 via VP Records’ imprint Dub Rockers. With its old-school rub-a-dub rhythm, the song provides a soothing escape, centered around the idea of finding solace in the arms of a loved one after a taxing day.


"We just wanted to create a vibe for the working adults on the 9-5 or on the graveyard shift who are having a rough day, but that one special person waiting at home gives them the energy to get through it. It’s about that unconditional love with that special one," said Delroy ‘Pele’ Hamilton, the bassist, producer, and co-writer of the song.


"Cool Down" marks the latest release in a series of singles building anticipation for the band's upcoming debut album, "Free Your Authentic Heart," slated for release later this year. Preceding tracks include collaborations such as "I Believe" featuring the renowned "Dub Mechanic" Alborosie, "Freedom Fighter" featuring reggae legends Steel Pulse, and the more recent "Stronger," which dropped in February. The visualizer for "Cool Down" was crafted by Fred Debs.


"It’s about that unconditional love with that special one"

Following the release, F.Y.A.H. is gearing up to join Alborosie for over a dozen shows on the Destiny U.S. Tour, commencing on April 3 in Los Angeles, CA. The tour will span across Arizona, Texas, Florida, and Louisiana before concluding at the Austin Reggae Festival on April 20. For tour dates and additional information, visit their website.


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