Preview: Sons of Kemet – Your Queen is a Reptile Album Launch @ Total Refreshment Centre (London; Thursday 19th April 2018)

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More than just a band, Sons of Kemet is a supergroup. Formed by some of the finest musicians enriching the London music scene (Shabaka Hutchings, Theon Cross, Tom Skinner and Eddie Hick), each of the four members of the quartet has had a hand (in the form of a sax, tuba or drums) in many of the quality albums produced by the protagonists of the British capital jazz environment.

Luckily, they also found enough spare time and plenty of inspiration to put together an impressive third chapter of their career. Your Queen Is a Reptile was built as a concept album, which started by questioning the British “cult” for their Monarchy and developed into a far-reaching investigation of identity and gender roles.

On the 19th of April, you will have the opportunity to be introduced and guided to discover the album by its authors. Sons of Kemet will be presenting Your Queen Is a Reptile by performing an intimate show at Total Refreshment Centre, one of their preferred venues in London.

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