Friendly Fire Band: Skandal Riddim The sixth riddim release by Birmingham UK’s premier live reggae and dancehall outfit, Friendly Fire Band, collaborating with a hand picked selection of singers and DJs is available on 7″ vinyl, streaming and download. In the Friendly Fire tradition, all tracks are played entirely live and mixed by Robin Giorno, […]
Just in time for Valentine’s, Friendly Fire Band drops the NATTY LOVE RIDDIM based on Lion Art and Tomlin Mystic‘s love songs, shying away from their usual militancy and heavy hitting content, just for a minute. For the first time, Cardiff-based Aleighcia Scott collaborated with Friendly Fire Band to produce a soulful piece, Good Love, livicated […]
The second 12″ EP by Friendly Fire Band features Lion Art, Cheshire Cat, and a steppers remix by Fogata Sounds, and is announced to hit the streets on the 6th November. The wicked have been running away since Lion Art’s acclaimed “Run Away” music video, and are marked for two more licks on Friendly Fire […]
Live As One is an uncompromising rebel tune, in the tradition of roots reggae, played entirely live by Friendly Fire Band, and burning with social commentary. Tomlin Mystic points out the similarities between the slave masters on plantations, and the current political system, in this downbeat yet uplifting song of hope. Since the late 70s, […]
Run Away is the first 2015 single by Lion Art and the Friendly Fire Band, available for free download for a limited period! Lion Art denounces the wicked of the world today, warning that there will be no place for them to hide when judgement comes. Played live by Friendly Fire Band, and produced by Robidon […]
Badness Riddim is the first release by the Friendly Fire Band – a one drop riddim voiced by Lion Art, Jah Marnyah, Murray Man, Peter Spence, Peppery, Juggla, and Collie Weed. Bonus Tracks include remixes by K-Jah and LionFire
Premonitions is a One Drop Riddim, featuring some of the hottest vocalists in and around the UK, including Murray Man, Peppery, Peter Spence, Ras Tweed and many more, with special guest appearance by Brian Travers (UB40) on horns.
Roots riddim played by Friendly Fire Band with a vocals by Tippa Irie & Peppery, Murray Man, YT and Lion Art, with a dub version, on 12″ vinyl.
Lion Art ft Elevayta’s journey to Amsterdam to smoke some high grade, on a re-lick of Welcome to Jamrock played live by Friendly Fire Band. Side A: Lion Art Ft Elevayta – Welcome to Holland Side B: Friendly fire Band – Holland Version (Vinyl Only)