England’s Zulu Winter release Language, a debut album that bleeds with sentiment and syncopated dance beats, today via Arts & Crafts. Single “Silver Tongue” has gotten love from Pitchfork and been in rotation in the UK on BBC Radio 1. The band has been racking up support in the US from the likes of PAPER, Billboard, KCRW and BrooklynVegan as well as winning over audiences on tour with Polica. Today, Zulu Winter is thrilled to share album track “Bitter Moon,” an emotionally charged track hinged on a powerful chorus, inviting listeners to experience a vulnerable side of the band. Check out the “Bitter Moon” MP3 where it premiered with PAPER Magazine.
Language 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. “We Should Be Swimming” is a melancholic pop-song running over a compelling rhythm. For a sneak peek, check out Language streaming at AOL Spinner all week, before heading over to purchase the album at iTunes or any digital & physical retailers. Zulu Winter will tour internationally this summer - stay tuned for US tour dates coming soon!