Reggae a Semente – Can You Feel?

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The warm sunlight hits you even before the reggae beat begins. In the music video for Reggae a Semente‘s “Can You Feel?” a red and white van with a “Coexist” sticker in the window rolls slowly down the highway on the edge of a city, a journey interrupted only by shots of the band smiling and jamming in a skate park. Whether they’re driving, walking, or lingering under an overpass, they pose the same question: can you feel the spirit? As comfortable as the overarching mood is, the persistence of their question is not only completely reggae-esque, but it brings a warm sort of urgency into what would otherwise be a relaxing rhythm. It ends the same way it began, suggesting that their van and their vibe will keep on rolling.

Song written by Igor Martinez Fazio
Arranged by Reggae a Semente
Recorded by Studio Unidade 76

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