Daniel Casimir, Tess Hirst join forces on “Security”

They have a joint album on the way.

UK jazz composer Daniel Casimir and singer Tess Hirst have dropped their newest track “Security,” a cut off their upcoming joint album These Days.

The track showcases Casimir’s dexterous bass-playing amidst energetic piano solos and drum passages. Hirst stands in defiance of government surveillance on her verse, crooning: “Our lives are not something they can own, these emotions got you hypnotized.”

This isn’t the first time the two British musos have worked together on a project, as Hirst co-wrote Casimir’s 2017 solo debut EP, Escape. Their forthcoming album These Days will be released November 1 via Jazz re:freshed.


Listen to “Security” here:

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