Daniel Casimir team up with Tess Hirst for new album ‘These Days’
A masterpiece. Award-winning bassist Daniel Casimir and vocalist Tess Hirst have released a collaborative track called Security. They shared a new song while confirming their debut album These Days will arrive on the 1st of November via London-based record label Jazz Re:Freshed.
Ahead of the album release, you can stream Security below:
Casimir and Hirst recorded the album with Robert Mitchell on keys, Tobie Carpenter on guitar, and Olly Sarkar on drums.
Apparently, London has a record number of security cameras. Tess Hirst in relation to song lyrics commented on a capitalist world, “Our lives are not something they can own. Security highlights the essential need to trust other people. That our safety lies in the hearts of those around us. London has a record number of security cameras, this track is a comment on the type of security we commission as a society as well as how we protect ourselves personally”.
Here is a video from Daniel Casimir and Tess Hirst previous song called Close and Slow:
Daniel is the winner of The Musicians’ Company’s Young Jazz Musician Award 2016. In 2017 Daniel released his first recording as a Bandleader, Escapee (Jazz Re:freshed). Daniel Casimir is an Award-winning bassist and composer, who becomes a regular fixture within the UK jazz scene providing his heavyweight upright sound for the likes of Moses Boyd, Joe Armon Jones, Ashley Henry, Camilla George, and Nubya Garcia to name a few.
The new album will be released on 1st November 2019 by Jazz Re:freshed.