Our latest single is out now!

Save My Soul (Who Will Remain?)



    WATU is out now on Bandcamp for for the very special price of name-your-price! We want to thank all of you who have shown us support and purchased Save My Soul (Who Will Remain?) and the rest of our discography. Your support means everything to us! WATU will be popping up on your favourite streaming platforms in a few days!
  • Save My Soul (Who Will Remain?) - OUT NOW

    Watu! Hawayuni? Allow us to resume with something like a prayer, because these are extraordinary times, and we’re grateful to be here, and grateful for your support. Save My Soul (Who Will Remain?) is out now.

  • Hello, People!

    Hello people!It's been a while.As our post a few months ago suggested, our hiatus is officially over and the four of us are back at work as Just A Band.Sorry it's taken a while to regroup! :)We each went out...


  • Stuff We're Feeling: Orchestra Baobab's "Pirate's Choice"

    Blinky: Currently loving Pirates Choice by Orchestra Baobab (Spotify link). Old-sounding men are one of my favourite things, lol.
    Standout track: my favourite track right now is Werente Serigne.

  • Stuff We're Feeling: PinkPantheress

    Dan: I came across Pink Pantheress in an ad for the TV show Atlanta... Now she's on all my playlists. Mbithi: Man! Been really feeling her music for the past year. Love that she's revisiting genres that I listened to...

  • Stuff We're Feeling: Earl Sweatshirt in Conversation with Cheryl Harris

    Jim: I really enjoyed this very tender conversation on art, music and life between rapper Earl Sweatshirt and his mum, civil rights professor Cheryl Harris. Their relationship was quite turbulent back in 2011 when Odd Future were blowing up, and she decided to pull him out of the group...
  • Stuff We're Feeling: Station Eleven (Mini-series)

    Mbithi: Oh no, a show about a pandemic! Made before and during an actual pandemic!! You think you'd know what to expect, but Station Eleven surprised me with its humane and compassionate story about a bunch of people who are trying to survive and have found hope and life in art and stories..
  • Stuff We're Feeling: Magdalena Bay (and their songwriting livestreams)

    Dan: Magdalena Bay are a duo with a synth-heavy pop sound, and visuals that reference Windows ‘95 and ‘80s video aesthetics—so, a very 2020’s kind of band, but they do it so well!
  • Stuff We're Feeling: Worla (The Man and the God)

    Blinky: An album I'm really feeling right now is Worla (The Man and the God) by Worlasi and Senkulive. Standout tracks: Chant (I wish I made it 😂). Preek bangs, too!