The Foreign Exchange student will take the solo road, next month.
Let's head to the beach.
This Tuesday is starting off great already.
Now that their fourth studio album, Love In Flying Colors is now available (cop on iTunes/Amazon), Phonte and Nicolay offer a free listen of "Right After Midnight" featuring Sy Smith. PREVIOUS: The Foreign Exchange – Call It Home (Video)
Nicolay, Phonte and Co. will, at long last, drop a new album, Love In Flying Colors, on September 24th, on +FE Music with the likes of mainstays Zo!, Jeanne Jolly, and more coming back to the fold to contribute to the project. Check out the tracklist for the entire thing down bottom.
Any day that starts with new music from The Foreign Exchange is a fantastic day in my books. And with that said, Phonte and Nicolay drop off the lead single from their upcoming project, +FE Music: The Reworks, dropping February 26th. A 2-disc compilation that will feature three new tracks and +FE tracks remixed by
With Phonte currently pushing his solo debut, the other half of The Foreign Exchange is still putting in work (obviously). For now, he's teamed up with the Raleigh-based jazz trio The Hot At Nights (led by FE guitarist Chris Boerner with Matt Douglas on sax/woodwinds and Nick Baglio on drums) for a new project that
Laughing At Yours Plans. Directed and edited by John Elliot Gray. Phonte, Nicolay and the rest of the Foreign Exchange collective will release an CD/DVD called Dear Friends: An Evening With The Foreign Exchange, which will be available June 28th. No word if it will come with an acoustic version of their rendition of "Return
Directed by Matt Koza & Bruce Pinchbeck Channel your inner stalker from the latest set of visuals off Authenticity. PREVIOUS: The Foreign Exchange – Authenticity (Video)
Directed by Matthew Cherry. Brand new visuals for the title track off Phonte and Nicolay's latest release, available now.
Oh, I'm pretty sure my Canadian story beats this by a longshot... PREVIOUS: Foreign Exchange – Authenticity BTS (Video)
Phonte, Nicolay and the rest of the Foreign Exchange crew performed to a sold-out crown in London's Cargo, and Amaru was on hand to capture one of their show's highlights. PREVIOUS: The Foreign Exchange – Maybe She’ll Dream Of Me (Video)
Directed by Matt Koza. The first single off Phonte and Nicolay's latest offering gets the visual treatment. DOWNLOAD: The Foreign Exchange – Maybe She’ll Dream Of Me