Boston funk ensemble Bad Rabbits may have the libido of, well, rabbits, but they ain’t suckers for love… are they? Freshly-released LP single Can’t Fool Me finds vocalist Dua Boaye caught under the spell of a new woman, unsure whether to keep his distance or surrender to her charms. Produced by the Rabbits in conjunction with B. Lewis, this record is a breezy comedown from March’s hot-and-heavy Doin’ It. Instrumentalists Sheel Davé, Salim Akram, Graham Masser and Santi Araujo provide a bouncy, mid-tempo electro-funk beat to back their frontman as he weighs his options. Drew Gilbert directs the joint’s accompanying visuals. Dropping digitally tomorrow, May 14, American Love is pre-orderable now via Bad Rabbits’ official site.
Written by richard on 05/13/13
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