UK Hip hop duo, Ceiling Demons, are due to release their critically acclaimed track ‘Every Step Is Moving Me Up’ as a digital single along with a brand new remix from Leeds based trip hop purveyors Fold. The ‘Follow The Lights‘ remix, out on Nov 25th, provides a positive and uplifting message which aims to help people who are suffering from mental health issues such as depression. The release is supporting CALM with the aim of raising both awareness and funds. Check out the track on soundcloud or bandcamp
2014 has been a fantastic year for Yorkshire’s alternative hip hop dwellers, Ceiling Demons. Since releasing their acclaimed début album ‘Dual Sides‘, the identical twin brother MC’s; Psy Ceiling and Dan Demon, along with producer Beat Demon, have supported the phenomenal Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers, (Anticon/Big Dada) during the UK leg of their world tour. They have been heralded by alternative hip hop legends Arrested Development, played and praised on XFM by Scroobius Pip, supported the mighty De La Soul at York’s YO1 Festival and have had great support from BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson.
To help raise awareness for CALM, the Demons are putting together a bundle for auction that includes a signed copy of Dual Sides, limited edition Amputated Spirit CD, Ceiling Demons T-shirt, stickers, badges, setlists, original paintings & ‘Every Step Follow the Light’ artwork by Tim Coomber. The auction will start on the 25th November and end 5th December. The single will be available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer as well as a ‘name your price’ via bandcamp, with all proceeds going to CALM.
The launch gig for the single will take place in Leeds at the 360 Club on November 28th where the Demons will be premièring the ‘Follow The Lights’ remix live with Fold.
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