Elektric Animals – ‘Reckless’ OUT NOW!

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Elektric Animals
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Hailing from Denver, CO, Elektric Animals are an indie-rock band who are making waves in 2020. Their latest release ‘Reckless’ is going to be big this summer. 

A textured guitar opens the release before the full band kicks in. We adore the authoritative vocals, which are layered and attention-grabbing. The chorus is driving and attention-grabbing too. We found it thoroughly addictive, and we looked forward to it coming back around each time. Lyrically, ‘Reckless’ is relatable and this is a big part of Elektric Animals charm. They connect with their audience. The guitar solo is melodic and exciting with layers of interest and intrigue too. 

Also, we enjoyed the mix, production and master of the single. All of the layers of instrumentation have their own space in the mix. We love how the instrumentation feels balanced and harmonious. The production makes a wonderful song shine brighter. 

Elektric Animals
Elektric Animals

Elektric Animals are comprised of band members Nick Sanders – Vocals, Oscar Jara – Guitar, Jerrid Van Scoy – Bass, and Kyle Christy – Drums. Separately they are all excellent musicians in their own right; however, when they come together, magic happens! 

Previously, Elektric Animals released the superb single ‘Guillotine’ in March 2020. This follow up single ‘Reckless’, continues in the bands’ unique and uncompromising style. They are a band who are constantly evolving, and we very much look forward to hearing what they will do next. We were big fans after the first release, and even more so now. 

So make sure you check out this exciting band this week. This superb band are innovating indie-rock in their unique and compelling style. Add ‘Reckless’ to your weekend playlist, you will not be disappointed!

FV Music Blog June 2020



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