The London-Based Synth Connoisseurs Share an Electro-Pop Gem
Bringing a welcome amount of joy in a fairly joyless time, North-London 3-piece Zkeletonz are sharing their bold and inventive new single ’25 Hours’. A track rich in elements of funk, disco & pop, born out of the trio’s love for analogue synths 80’s influences.
“Amid the lockdowns and limitations of 2020, sometimes it has felt like the days have been longer than usual; but ’25 Hours’ is about having all the time in the world for each other. Written, recorded and produced while the Zkeletonz boys were each locked down miles apart, this latest single tries to look at recent events in a more positive light, offering an optimistic view on making the hours and days count. The track itself calls to mind the bombastic, upbeat guitar-led pop of acts like Haim and Chromeo; Gav’s vocal is rich with warmth and sincerity, over a propulsive bassline and fizzy, staccato synth stabs.”
Originally from Coventry and Lichfield, respectively – The Post-Pop producer-songwriter trio record out of Walthamstow’s Fuzzbrain Studios. Their sound has earned them a solid fanbase in London and further afield, having performed at The Great Escape, Edinburgh Fringe, Godiva Festival, The Old Blue Last, Moth Club and Ronnie Scotts.
Listen to the full EP below