EnQue, a soulful, funky, RnB, reggae Perth based band is driven by the partnership and vision of Perry Seymour and Natalie Doyle who were both integral in establishing one of Perth’s top reggae bands. Between them, they have accumulated more than 30 years of experience both in NZ and Perth, Australia.
The partnership calls on the talents of accomplished local musicians to accommodate for any and all events and occasions including Aaron Davey of Tomorrow People and Daniel Harawira (former drummer for Che Fu).
EnQue is in the throes of writing and producing new tracks, inspired to inject a fresh sound into the local and international RnB, funk reggae scene that is both entertaining and thought provoking.
EnQue is currently in the midst of releasing their debut single ‘Samaritan’ which addresses the rising issue of homelessness.
It is a Rnb infused reggae track, produced, recorded and mixed by Doughboy for Doughboy funk, and mastered by the award-winning Chris Chetland at KOG Studios in Auckland. The inspiration for ‘Samaritan’ comes from first-hand experience with homelessness, and the need to create awareness around this topic; one which is growing rapidly both here in Australia and NZ.