The video puts an original 9 Mile Roots – Suburban Roots Reggae spin on the Brady Bunch split-window credit scenes. It was an idea they conceived some time ago, and brought to life with “Premonition”. In discussing the making of the video, bassist Josh Behun shared, “We always strive to be visually as well as audibly entertaining, matching our stage energy to our sound, and maintaining excitement. Feeding off of the crowd, feeling the vibes from the dance floor on stage is one of the most enjoyable aspects of being a musician.
“Premonition is a perfect example of that. There’s a whole lot going on all at once – everyone’s moving, everyone’s grooving, you can’t catch every little nuance all at once, but you might see something you hadn’t seen previously.”
L.A. Music Critic was effusive in their review of ‘ReEvolve’: “This band mixes hip-hop, rock and reggae to form their own genre, which they have dubbed “suburban roots reggae,” and it’s HOT! Their horns contribute a dynamic that sets them apart, while the groove will definitely get your attention. This is a party record that would go well with a gathering of your favorite friends and some liquid refreshment. From the first notes of “Feel,” the listener can immediately sense that they are in for a treat, and 9 Mile Roots does not disappoint. Just a casual listen and it becomes immediately clear why this band is receiving rave reviews of their music – they simply rock! We can’t say enough about the quality of every song on this album, but truly connected with “Feel,” “Drifting,” “On the Floor,” “The Battle,” “Premonition,” and “Stand.”
“Recommendation: This album makes you feel like every day is 4-20. It’s great vibe and overall musical groove make it a must have, so go get it.”