All is good and everything is right in the world, for Roots Manuva has just shared the first single of a batch of new material. "Facety 2:11" is the first track out the gates and, with production from Four Tet, it seems ol' Manuva has lost none of his drive to push things forward. Backed up by the Machinedrum-produced "Like A Drum", "Facety 2:11" has some of the most densely-packed production of any Manuva track, creating a manic bed for the south London MC to chastise rudeness (Facety is patois for someone being rude), a sentiment echoed in the cockney rhyming slang "boat race" sample of the refrain. As Rodney explains, the track is "a wee Spring warmer in voodoo coptic dialect shape shifting: the remit the same as ever in awakening one's inner, modern-day Sun Ra, ODB and Kate Bush on an overdrive of doing because we can't help ourselves." Listen below; it's out on iTunes from May 4.