"A riveting and groove soaked documentary that positions the group in terms of the history of some of the music they influenced while diving into their background and adoring fanbase of both celebrities, DJs and record store owners." - Chris O’Connor, Flickering Myth

"One of the many artists that were inspired by the great funk band Cymande says: 'Funk music will never die, it will live forever'. This creatively profound film is proof that what they say is true and will forever be so." John McDonald, Dirty Movies

An essential new music doc about the band Cymande, one of the truly great bands of the 70s and unsung heroes of Black British music. Self-taught musicians from South London, the sons of Windrush parents, their music combined influences from funk, soul and jazz to unique effect. Disbanding after only three albums, they were largely forgotten, only to be rediscovered by a hugely enthusiastic new audience in the hip hop generation after being sampled by the likes of De la Soul and The Fugees. The film movingly documents their triumphant return.