15 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes


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4.7 out of 5

38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Classic Graffiti6


Sounds great!!!!

The Bridge: Another groovy kaleidoscope from Graffiti6


I love Graffiti6's first album "Colours" (still play it regularly) and saw several of their fantastic live performances during their 2011-12 U.S. tour, so I was excitedly anticipating their second effort. Thrilled that it's finally here! I've been playing it over and over since getting it. "The Bridge" is definitely going to be my soundtrack this summer.

The album opens with a shortened, stripped-down acoustic version of "Beside You." You'll get an idea of what's ahead when the intimate vocal with piano ends softly and gently with "take it easy, baby"... then "The Bridge" blows wide open! "Bridging" pop/rock/r&b/folk sensibilities and eras from the '60s to today, this is the kind of eclectic music I love and have come to expect from Graffiti6 - Jamie Scott and TommyD. Every song is a gem, but my personal favorites are breezy "U Got the Sunshine" and completely out-of-left-field, fun "Vocoda Orange."

Now I just need a CD to play to bits.



Graffiti6 never fails to impress me with their marvelous music. This album is amazing, definitely worth buying.

About Graffiti6

English alt-rock outfit Graffiti6 were formed in 2008 around the talents of singer/songwriter Jamie Scott and writer/producer and DJ Tommy D. Scott, who came to prominence as the frontman for Jamie Scott & the Town, and Tommy D, who has worked with everyone from Right Said Fred to Kanye West, specialize in a heady, upbeat blend of soulful electro-pop that falls somewhere in between the Beta Band, Morcheeba, and Gnarls Barkley. The group’s self-described "psychedelic Northern soul" first appeared in 2009 with the track "Stare into the Sun," followed in 2010 by the EP Stone in My Heart and the full-length Colours. ~ James Christopher Monger

London, England




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