Oxford five-piece Zulu Winter release their eagerly-anticipated debut album Language on the 14th May, and if its lead singles are anything to go by then it should be a delicious slice of British synth-pop.
Silver Tongue, which was released today via Pitchfork, is no exception.
Recently named The Hottest Record In The World by BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe, it’s a shiny, shimmering beauty built around disco ball synths and a rising groove. For a band that cite everything from 19th century literature to obscure ‘60s electronica as influences, it’s pretty straight-down-the-line. No bad thing though when you can write a chorus like this.