For those of you who are not yet familiar with the surreal dance act CAPYAC, the duo is headed by musical geniuses P. Sugz and Potion-both of whom are unafraid to expand their sonic boundaries and explore wherever that may lead. Influenced by practically every genre in existence, CAPYAC is widely known for their extravagant live shows, as proven by their infamous stunt hurling freshly griddled pancakes into the Austin City Limits Festival crowd.
On the other hand, Cool Company is an independent future R&B duo, comprised of charismatic vocalist Cool Yan and multi-instrumentalist and producer Fat Matt, that effortlessly blends elements of hip-hop, R&B, pop, funk, and soul to achieve a flawless balance of aural pleasures. CAPYAC and Cool Company’s enticing joint offering, “Ceasefire” will surely knock your socks off if you enjoy soulful crooning and funky licks.
Ever since CAPYAC remixed Cool Company’s groovy “Slice of Paradise” in 2017, we have been desperate for more electro-R&B goodness, and now it is safe to say they have definitely quenched our thirst with “Ceasefire.” This funk-laden track exposes those of us who have regretfully missed our opportunities to form relationships with attractive strangers because we were too consumed by our own egos. With impressive electronics and crushing instrumentals, “Ceasefire” represents CAPYAC and Cool Company’s undeniable ability to fuse distinct musical styles together into one blissful track.
On “Ceasefire,” CAPYAC exclusively shared with us,
“Our good friend Bean noticed Cool Company from afar, like an observant birder or renowned particle physicist. After contacting them and meeting up in Brooklyn, we quickly realized there was collaboration potential, and soon enough, with some help from Papa Mongoose, we had written a quite lovely track. And something tells me this won’t be the last one we do together.”
Cool Company expanded,
“From the perspective of someone having pent up energy from being out and meeting someone they were into, but never getting any contact info cause they were trying to play it too cool, and then realizing later they’d probably never meet again.”
Ones To Watch has your first listen to “Ceasefire” below and be sure to pre-save “Ceasefire” before it drops everywhere tomorrow: