The Bamboos album stream

The Bamboos album stream

Nine-piece Melbourne outfit The Bamboos are set to drop their fifth album, Medicine Man, on June 1st, but you can listen to the full thing below.

If you've seen The Bamboos live in concert, you'd know why they're hailed as one of the best funk and soul bands of their generation. Since forming back in 2001, they've won worldwide acclaim with their unique blend of hip hop, soul, blues, funk, old-school breaks, rock and psychedelia.

Medicine Man is another step forward in the band's continually surprising evolution. 
"I'm proud of the arc of the evolution of the band and I think it's a natural progression of songwriting," says The Bamboos' frontman and mastermind Lance Ferguson of the new record. "We still wear our influences on our sleeves, but it's definitely music for now."

Guest vocalists on Medicine Man include Tim Rogers of You Am I, Megan Washington, Bobby Flynn and Daniel Merriweather, alongside international chart-topper Aloe Blacc.

Check out the video for The Bamboos latest single 'I Got Burned' featuring Tim Rogers. 

Medicine Man tracklist

1. I Never ft. Daniel Merriweather
2. Eliza ft. Megan Washington
3. I Got Burned ft. Tim Rogers
4. Cut Me Down
5. Medicine Man
6. Midnight ft. Bobby Flynn
7. What I Know
8. Where Does The Time Go? ft. Aloe Blacc
9. The Wilhelm Scream ft. Megan Washington
10. Hello Stranger
11. Window

Medicine Man album stream

Buy Medicine Man from iTunes and JB Hi-Fi.

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