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Music / November 27, 2020

Abbacaxi is reminiscing on ‘You Used to Keep Me Warm’

Music / November 27, 2020

Abbacaxi is reminiscing on ‘You Used to Keep Me Warm’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Dublin-based act Abbacaxi has returned with the pulsing new effort, ‘You Used to Keep Me Warm’.

Thomas Garnett AKA Abbacaxi spent a number of years on the gig circuit before making his first solo foray in 2019. His latest single sees him perfect his formula of groovy strings, house-inspired bounce and breezy vocals.

A confident multi-instrumentalist, Abbacaxi’s pulsing new effort is the synthesis of styles he’s experimented with throughout his career as a sought-after session musician.

It follows the release of singles ‘Got To Move On’ and ‘Snow Dance’ that dropped in 2019.

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