PYJÆN release their second album Feast on DeepMatter. The five-piece outfit reaches inside the deep, multi-dimensional well of what is broadly called jazz, bringing together all its diverse components in a singular, emotional sound. After setting a blueprint for their multifaceted artistry, combining cross-genre sensibilities with ferocious talent on their first two releases, PYJÆN have been busy writing and recording music for their second album, their most accomplished offering yet. Feast was recorded at Peter Gabriel's legendary Real World Studios in Bath over a full week in November 2020. This proved to be an unforgettable experience, which elevated the music and created an unrivalled connection between the five band members and the albums featured artists Nix Northwest, Elisa Imperilee, Hilts, and Corto Alto. With the recording of this new record, each member of the group brought their own specific flavour to the table. They explain: "We want the album to showcase our growing abilities and confidence as a group of five individuals, each with strong personalities and varied sets of influences, while still leaving room for featured artists..." Their new album fearlessly navigates the world of funk, jazz, hip-hop, and punk. With their trademark raw energy, their objective is to bring people together in their love for music. Adventurous songwriting, meticulous timing, incredibly tight horn arrangements, and an obvious joy to play together are the PYJÆN trademarks. These are brought to the table in Feast through vibrant melodies and rich cadences. The band presents a full course musical experience with four singles: in "Beetle Juice" the band joins forces with rapper Nix Northwest to offer a delicious tune characterized by an easy-going yet alluring atmosphere. "The Nightbus" sees a vivacious journey narrated by enticing piano, guitar and trumpet motifs. "Moonlight" sets a sultry tone with Elisa Imperilee's ethereal vocals accompanied by delightful and intricate beat sequences. "By Your Side" is the final instalment before the great "Feast" showcasing an enchanting vocal exchange between Byulah and Renato Paris. With its mouth-watering combinations of jazz, Feast is a witness to the band's exponential growth, taking listeners on a vivid sensory experience. 180 gram vinyl.