Steven Weston – Alter The Flow EP | Live from Asylum Chapel, London

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Steven Weston performs his Alter The Flow EP with RHODES, Låpsley and Taė at Peckham’s unique Asylum Chapel.

UK Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter and sound engineer Steven Weston collaborates with talented singer-songwriters RHODES, Låpsley and Taė to deliver his first Anjunadeep EP release ‘Alter The Flow’.

The EP includes ‘Like I Used To’ featuring Låpsley, which premiered on Anjunadeep 13 earlier this year, as well as ‘One More Time’ featuring Taė and ‘Lighter Than Love’, a collaboration with London-based singer-songwriter RHODES who exploded in the Pop scene in 2015 with his debut album ‘Wishes’ reaching the UK Top25 album Chart. RHODES has recently collaborated with CamelPhat and ARTBAT on ‘For A Feeling’ and has been praised by CLASH, The Independent, Line of Best, Gigwise and Evening Standard.

Director: Alex Stenhouse @alexstenhouse_
Director of Photography: Ben Davies @Bristol_DP
AC: Dermot Fleming
Edit/Colour: Alex Stenhouse

Release date: 29th April 2022

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