An Electronic Soul/R&B trio quickly making their unique mark on the Australian music landscape. Belove combine live instrumentation with electronic drums, synths and samples to create an ambience reminiscent of James Blake, Frank Ocean and Drake.

With several years of live experience under their belts alongside names including Tash Sultana and Tate Sheridan, rave reviews from music publications across the country, and an ever impressive repertoire of loungey R&B – Belove have been earmarked as an act to watch in 2017.

Consisting of vocalist/guitarist Nick Hermanus, keyboardist/vocalist Jeremy Bennett and drummer Daniel Berry, Belove is birthed in stories of romance, vibes of cool and beats to dance to. Described by Australian Music Scene as “innovative & pushing genre boundaries’, Belove take elements from hip-hop, flavours from jazz, influences from soul and grooves from funk to produce what they like to term ‘baby-making music’.

Having become staples of the Melbourne live music scene with return slots at Brunswick Music Festival / Sydney Rd Street Party, the trio released their debut single through R.E.A.L Music in May. ‘Hey Girl’ raced towards the top of the Triple J Unearthed charts, receiving love from several Triple J presenters including Dom Alessio, Claire Mooney and Triple J Unearthed Music Director Dave Ruby-Howe who described the single as “real smooth.”

Collaborating with respected filmmaker Hoodwolf Harris on the ‘Hey Girl’ music video saw Belove receive a new wave of public attention – the clip was selected to screen daily on the Big Screen at Federation Square in the lead up to their wall-to-wall packed house ‘Hey Girl’ single launch show in Melbourne in July. There fans were treated to a preview of what to expect from their upcoming highly anticipated five-track EP.

For Management & Bookings:

“This version of forward thinking electro-RnB has us hooked!”

Purple Sneakers

“Some of the chillest and most exciting electro coming out of the city right now.”

Tone Deaf

“Smooth, loungey R&B that will certainly rub a lot of you the right way…”

Acid Stag