"Our lives are not something they can own..."

Daniel Casimir has always sought out fresh voices, other vantage points.

A former Birmingham Conservatoire student, the dexterous jazz-leaning composer linked with some of the best players on the scene for his emphatic 2017 debut EP 'Escapee'.

Amongst the prominent guest stars on the EP was Tess Hirst, and the pair have kept solidly in touch ever since.

Daniel Casimir and Tess Hirst hit the studio earlier this year, sketching out ideas for a full length project.

Debut album ‘These Days’ lands on November 1st via jazz re:freshed, with Clash able to share new song 'Security'.

A song that emphasises the basic need for trust in society, it balances personal observations with a political slant - London has a record number of security cameras.

As Tess Hirst sings: "Our lives are not something they can own..."

Deft and soulful, you can check out 'Security' below.

'These Days' will be released on November 1st - order it HERE.

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