What So Not teams up with George Maple and Rome Fortune for theatrical ‘Buried’ music video.

Following up the on Gemini EP that got released end of last year What So Not brings another finely crafted artwork for fans of Future Music. The collaborative single Buried is a smoothly progressive sound piece which is accompanied by a beautiful music video. Atlanta based Rapper Rome Fortune, who has worked with creators like Toro Y Moi rounds up the vocal part of the song with. Read what they have to say about the creation about the Buried music video and find tour dates for What So Not and George Maple below.

This track is a cultivation of good people and good energy. “Buried” is a commentary on the sadness of a superficial existence. We watch individuals lose themselves and overdose on their own ego and the world around them, falling subject to the pressures that debilitate the wider humanity. Some bury themselves to shield pain, some fall subject to greed and pride. We are all too familiar with this behaviour in the world we exist. We recorded everywhere from Sydney to Atlanta to LA. Thank you Rome for your epic flow,Tyler Scott for his mixing wizardry, the THC boys for jamming out with us that day in LA and James for letting us live at his house and use his studio while we were writing. The video was created simultaneously with the song, Leticia and Andrew worked with us to create a visual representation of our collective vision. We are very proud of how it turned out and think it captures the essence perfectly.

Thank you for supporting us and we hope you enjoy this collaboration as much as we enjoyed creating it.

-Love Emoh + George

What So Not Tour Dates 2016

  • 23.06 Rothbury, MI – Electric Forest
  • 24.06 Los Angeles, CA – Create Nightclub
  • 25.06 Quincy, WA – Paradiso Festival
  • 30.06 Sydney, Australia – Enmore Theatre
  • 01.07 Adelaide, Australia – Thebarton Theatre
  • 02.07 Perth, Australia – Metro
  • 03.07 Magnetic Island, Australia – Hello Sunshine Island Party
  • 07.07 Melbourne, Australia – Prince
  • 08.07 Melbourne, Australia – Prince
  • 09.07 Brisbane, Australia – Max Watts
  • 23.07 Byron Bay, Australia – Splendor in the Grass
  • 07.08 Salmo, British Columbia – Shambhala Festival
  • 25.08 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Mysteryland
  • 27.08 Malta – The Sound You Need Festival

George Maple Tour Dates 2016

  • 08.07 Sydney, Australia – Metro Theatre 
  • 10.07 Adelaide, Australia – Fat Controller
  • 13.07 Melbourne, Australia – Corner Hotel
  • 15.07 Brisbane, Australia – Oh Hello
  • 16.07 Northbridge, Australia – Jack Rabbits Slims


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