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PLASTICZOOMS ‘Push n Drive’ : With variety on their minds, their excellence travels to different genres at light-speed.

Plasticzooms

A band with variety on their minds, their excellence travels to different genres at light-speed.

This time with ‘Push n Drive’ they carry our senses towards the meteor belt of indie rock to dazzle us once again in fleeting lyrics, with anthemic hooks and sound privileges.

‘Push n Drive’ is also an energizing tune with poppish accents and catchy back vocals that would make it the perfect tune to listen to at top volume on a road trip.

The 70’s and 80’s meld rightly with the modern aesthetics of pop and the divine.

Frontman Sho Asakawa, in keeping with the spirit of DIY, personally directs and produces their music, artwork, merchandise, and all other creative endeavors.

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