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Banfi release the video for ‘Future’ the latest single to be taken from their four-track EP, ‘The Jack Powell EP.’ The track is a breezy blend of ballad-esque arrangements and introspective lyricism and is out now via Communion Records.

The music video for ‘Future’ is the first in a new partnership between RAK Studios and Communion Records designed to capture the ever-evolving arrangements of their artists and their bands in high fidelity. Each session in the Communion + RAK series will be recorded at the Legendary studio in London with artists performing several of their original tracks as well as a cover from the RAK publishing archive.
Chris Scott GM of Communion Records said – “Today, It has never been easier for artists to reach their fans, yet creating and sharing genuinely quality content can remain a challenge. We are delighted to partner with a studio with of the pedigree of RAK, which will give our artists the opportunity to create and share some incredible live performances.”
RAK Studios based in St Johns Wood, London has a rich and prolific history in the UK music scene over four decades. It was the base of the highly successful RAK Records during the 70s and 80s and in recent years has played host to the likes of Radiohead, Take That, The XX, Mumford and Sons and Sam Smith.
Future’ from London trio Banfi  is the first official video in the Communion + RAK series – watch here:
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMZsI7BVj18]
The Jack Powell EP’ effortlessly captures both the joy and melancholic sentimentality that etch songwriter and frontman Joe Banfi’s musical make-up. The EP features four songs, each with a unique exploration of loss and longing.  If ‘Never Really Cared’ is a bitter declaration of rejection that defies the convention of a break-up, then, ‘Future’ is a celebration and hopeful glance to the future it’s both emotionally poignant and uplifting.
Establishing themselves as an essential new British indie-pop band to watch in 2018, recent singles ‘Caroline’, ‘June’ and ‘Happy When You Go’ have seen support from various media outlets around the world.
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