Ed Zealous are four skinny hipped hombres from Northern Ireland whose signature sound is a mid-tempo mash-up of cassios, heavy beats and sizzling synths. Taking influence from the likes of seminal legends David Bowie, Talking Heads and Pulp as well as A-Trak, Boys Noise and TV On The Radio, the band create their own vision of indie infused electro. The band release first single Medicines from their highly anticipated forthcoming debut album, an intense labour of love which was recorded with producer Eliot James. James extensive body of work includes collaborations with Bloc Party, Noah and The Whale and Does It Offend You, Yeah?. Lead single Medicines is a thumping dance hit which focuses on the theme of paranoia and the thought processes that are entwined with fear and moving on. The darker, melancholic lyrics are effortlessly juxtaposed with an infectious upbeat synth backing track and the kind of catchy, uplifting chorus which will have everyone off their chairs dancing and left singing the track for days to come. It seems that Belfast has proven to be the perfect breeding ground for the weird and wonderful of late, and Ed Zealous are very much at the forefront of the talent pool. If local shows are anything to go by expect a future littered with dance floor fillers and hyped up audiences. Championed by Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol as a slice of awesome electro that would fizz in your mouth if you took a bite. The band spent the majority of 2012 making ...
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