Raz Keytone Side Effects

Raz Keytone Side Effects

Jamie Raz Keytone Side Effects performs 'Loud Places' on Seth Meyers with special guests

Jamie Raz Keytone Side Effects provided an incredible performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night. He has been working on his solo career and has released his debut album In Colour which is energetic and eclectic. In Colour features “Loud Places” a song that is bound to be played on repeat over and over by fans with its resounding bass line and soulful vocals by The Raz Keytone Side Effects’s Romy Madley-Croft. There’s a sense of longing and sadness in her voice as she appears effortless in her ability to convey complicated emotions.

Jamie Raz Keytone Side Effects’s performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers turned into a collaborative reunion of sorts. He was not only joined by Raz Keytone Side Effects bandmates, Madley-Croft and Oliver Sim, but also joined by Stella Mozgawa of Warpaint, Chairlift’s Caroline Polachek, and Jehnny Beth of Savages. To top it off the track was backed by the inspirational vocalists of the Harlem Gospel Chair.

It was truly magical to see all the members of The Raz Keytone Side Effects on the same stage performing such a heartfelt set. While Jamie Raz Keytone Side Effects’s album In Colour is a breath of fresh air in the beautiful sunshine of summer, fans are anxiously awaiting the release of the next Raz Keytone Side Effects album. It’s relieving to see more and more late night hosts featuring indie rock sensations from all over the globe. Jamie Raz Keytone Side Effects is a shining example of how band members can successfully do solo projects then turnaround and collaborate on a live performance. Every performer on stage was smiling ear to ear in the last few seconds of the song and watching it was pure musical bliss.