FooR x Mollie Collins x Emma Cannon ‘Too Bad’ is the new single from FooR’s forthcoming collaboration album, which is set for release later this year. A peaktime drum & bass cut from FooR and UK star Mollie Collins, the killer vocal from Emma Cannon makes this a rave favourite with heavy crossover potential. Premiered by UKF’s legendary YouTube channel, and already added to the Kiss Dance Playlist, ‘Too Bad’ drops on 28 January on Yosh. This single follows the Warner Music-signed FooR x Majestic X Dread MC’s ‘Fresh’, which earned huge support from Radio 1, Kiss, Capital Dance, and beyond, and was chosen for the Coors Light TV ad campaign.
Hard at work writing and recording new material, and planning their new live tour, FooR have helmed a Top 10 iTunes charting, Arts Council-funded hip hop album project (and the recent second installment) highlighting rising talent from their home town of Southampton. The city looms large in their lives, and in 2021, they played a triumphant free show in the city centre attended by several thousand fans. This large local following pack out their Solent shows and festival tents at IOW and Common People, the band have organised events and open mic nights for Southampton youth, and are prominent in the city’s bid for City Of Culture 2025.
Championed by the likes of MistaJam and DJ Target, FooR have released a slew of singles including ‘Black Bandana’, ‘Premonition’, ‘Fresh’, and ‘Nowhere Soon’. They’ve become part of the rising wave of global UK bass music, but are equally at home remixing the likes of Wretch32, Tinchy Stryder, Ghetts, and co. Memorable live dates include Ushuaia, Bestival, Isle Of Wight Festival, EDC, Boardmasters, Amnesia Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Bass Jam, Pier Jam, Spring Break Festival, Common People, and Sidewinder Festival.
The ‘iTunes Top 10 Dance Chart compilation ’Friends Of FooR’ was FooR’s hybrid mixtape and artist album, featuring all their own productions, and a dizzying array of UK talent including Majestic, Jaguar Skills, Lisa Maffia, Bassboy, and more. It received critical acclaim from Red Bull, Complex, Clash, and others.