Fresh off the Representing 2014 Spring Tour with Tribal Seeds and New Kingston, Hawaii’s Inna Vision is back with a new single titled, “Orange Butterflies.” The new track was officially released on May 23rd and is the second single off their upcoming album, Enjoy The Moment.
Featuring a verse from Hirie, “Orange Butterflies” is now available on iTunes, Pandora, Spotify, and all other major distribution sites. The band first started working on the track in October of 2013 and it wasn’t until the following January that they decided it would be used on the new album.
Inna Vision chose to have the recording done by Harrison Tatik at Maui Wave Studio while Ronn Ruff of Ruff Sound Studio in Las Vegas provided the mixing and mastering.
According to bassist and lead vocalist, Koa Lopes, this is Inna Vision’s first time working with Ron Ruff, who has also worked with other island artists such as The Steppas, Anuhea, House of Shem, Jboog, Common Kings and Maoli.
In the latest installment and final episode of their Representing 2014 Tour YouTube videos, the band explains how they have acquired a tremendous amount of knowledge from their recent nationwide tour with New Kingston and Tribal Seeds.
Now that Inna Vision is back home, they are currently in the studio working on the upcoming album along with music videos to back up their singles. Aimed for a fall release, Enjoy The Moment will feature The Steppas, as well as a few other special guests that the band cannot reveal at this time.
“You can look forward to us coming back to the mainland this August for a fall west coast tour followed by another nationwide tour in Spring 2015,” says Koa.
You can pick up new single “Orange Butterflies” on iTunes by clicking HERE!
Watch: Inna Vision – Live at Imperial Sound Recording Studio