Next month, England’s Zulu Winter will release their debut album “Language” on June 19th via Arts & Crafts. As a lead up to the release, the record’s first single, Silver Tongue has been reworked by fellow Arts & Crafts act The Darcys who put their own spin on the track by slowing it down and adding echoing layers.
MP3: Zulu Winter – Silver Tongue (The Darcys Remix)
Check out the band live in NYC and at NXNE 2012
6/12: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge – Buy Tickets
6/14: Toronto, ON @ Rivoli for NXNE 2012
For more information on Zulu Winter, visit www.zuluwinter.com.
Photo credit: Tom Oxley
Oxfordshire’s Zulu Winter has released a video for their single Silver Tonguewhich is lifted from their debut album “Language” out June 19 via Arts & Crafts available as a digit download, CD or LP.
“Language” opens with Key To My Heart, a sincere message of love that showcases the depth and richness of the band’s sound with layers of swirling instrumentation. The upbeat Silver Tongue is driven by an energetic bass line that leads to a danceable chorus. Bitter Moon is an emotionally charged track hinged on a powerful chorus, inviting listeners to experience a vulnerable side of the band. We Should Be Swimming is a melancholic pop-song running over a compelling rhythm.
Watch the video for Silver Tongue below.
Check out Zulu Winter live in NYC!
6/12: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge