The latest single ‘Two Hearts’ from Hackney Wick originating, Zola Blood, is a complete experience. Writhing and beckoning darkness, protruding gray embers, and anthemically shimmering nostalgia, delight your senses, with utterly palpable beats of heart wrenching undulations and divergence. ‘Two Hearts’ is an engrossing offering of rhythms in love, angst, hate, and emotional sport.
The right dimensions in shades of glory, wrap smoothly in this neon-esque foil with ‘Two Hearts’. It rouses its presence, without sullied vexing, while it conjures memories in self-doubts, wailed at the start of something special.
And you know it.
Following on from the release of their widely acclaimed debut album, ‘Infinite Games’ in 2017, East London based quartet, Zola Blood have been quietly working on new material in their Hackney-based studio.
Matt West, Ed Smith, Sam Cunnington and Paul Brown makes this project as successful as it’s been. With formation in 2013, they have taken synth and digital sounds, delightfully marrying it into this amalgam of sights and sounds, via audio waves.
Zola Blood will drop their latest EP set for release on May 22nd via Akira Records.