Anthemic vocal House from rising UK star Cumminz
The Notion is the new single from Cambridge based UK artist Cumminz. The track was born via social media when Cumminz heard vocalist Oscar Corney on a YouTube Channel. As it turned out, by a twist of fate and completely coincidentally they both come from the same town! Cumminz got in touch and started sending some instrumentals for Oscar to check out. The track was written in one fluid session but after months of tweaking Cumminz still felt something was missing…. Fast forwards three years later and the addition of a live sax recording from Phil Marshall and you can now hear the finished article! It’s been worth the wait!
The Notion is a jazzy, uplifting house track that has a clear message: stay positive and looking forward in life! As Cumminz explains: “A close friend of mine was badly struggling with anxiety and depression at the time and I had them in mind when writing the track. The vocals speak for themselves!”
Cumminz has performed all over the UK including several appearances at the Ministry of Sound in London and headlining the opening night of V Festival. His single ‘Bass In My Veins’ featuring vocalist James Ford received support from a number of top names and has accumulated over 200,000 plays to date. Cumminz also won Electronic Producer of the year in 2016 and 2017 at the NMG Awards. Most recently, his official debut single ‘Dance All Night’ on leading dance label Sleazy received support on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, Kiss FM and Rinse FM; backed by legends such as Laurent Garnier, Roger Sanchez and many more!
Cumminz ‘The Notion’ is released on Somn’thing Records on 28th September