Premier DIY slacker indie/shoegaze/dreampop sounds from London’s Zooz. UK-label Super Fan 99 follow up their short run Cotillon-single with this equally ultra-limited 7″ EP from Zooz.
Following the trail of their anonymously streamed, fantastic “Surf In The Storm” (check it HERE), Zooz is now releasing their first physical release “True Love” August 3rd, on a ridiculously limited to 22 copies 7″ EP that includes the CD-version as a bonus.
Check out the title-track underneath, it’s a true piece of indie-pop perfection!
NME and a few blogs are already all over this one, and from the quality of their available tracks I expect great things from these guys.
No room for hesitation good peeps, only a handful left as I type…
âDETUNED GUITARS CREAKING ALONGSIDE MURKY VOX TO EUPHORIC EFFECT â NME
âSURF ROCK MADE FOR OVERCAST SHORESâ SHINY SHINY NEW
âA SWEET, SHARP MOMENT OF SENSORY BLISS, THE TRACK IS AN IMMEDIATE AND IMMEDIATELY ENDEARINGâÂ GOLD FLAKE PAINT
Hyper limited 7" with reversible sleeve. Only 22 copies of the 7" available, get one while you can! Includes 4 track CD EP. Born out of a transatlantic romance gone wrong, writer Kieron returned from a month spent in California with a head full of songs and soon hooked up with friend Mike to form Zooz. Soon they were joined by other friends from the DIY scene and became five. Bedroom demos and iPhone recordings quickly evolved as the five piece laid their hands on Kieronâs songs and quietly chipped away at bringing them to life. From their San Francisco beginnings they took on a new shape growing up in the shade of darkened east end rehearsal rooms. A month or two later âSurf In The Stormâ appeared anonymously online and quickly whipped up an internet storm with its brooding vocals and intense underpinning bass. With no press picture, members listed or back story, soon NME et al were asking âWho are Zooz and where did they come from?â
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive