Last year Dutch reggae revelation The Dubbeez already presented a first self-produced 5 track EP, but for their long player debut 'Peace, Love & Dub' they signed with V2 and Tuff Gong and took to the Anchor and Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica. Under the expert guidance of producers Stephen Stewart and Sam Clayton Jr. they recorded 8 brand new songs and also revamped their best known hits, 'Hangover' and 'Rudeboy'. The new songs are missing the playfulness that we still heard on the EP, but 'Peace, Love & Dub' proves this young Dutch band is still is evolving. The combination of the voices of singer Jerilee Joanne Tholel and singjay Quincy Fleur also on 'Peace, Love & Dub' remains the most infectious asset of the band. Opener 'Don't Walk Too Fast' sets the tone for the rest of the album, and lovers/break up tunes like 'Love No More' and the up-tempo 'Feelings' were also up our alley. 'I Love Me' is a strong statement about self-acceptance, but the real anthems in the track list are title track 'Peace, Love & Dub', a song with a delicious dubby outro, and 'Hold Us', in which The Dubbeez boldly state that no one can stop them now. Be warned: The Dubbeez are coming your way... Please welcome them with open arms!