Perseverance and dedication are two things that the members of Zulu Winter are very familiar with. The five guys from Oxfordshire, England came together in their teens over a shared love of music and have been collaborating ever since. Now twelve years after their first practice as a band, Zulu Winter is gearing up to release Language, a debut album that has the immediate appeal of pop while at the same time packed with emotional insight. Inspired by everything from 19th century literature to obscure 60's Electronica, Language will be released in North America on June 19th via Arts & Crafts. Language is a collection of multi-dimensional songs that bleed with sentiment and syncopated dance beats. The album 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.
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