Opening with a soft thumping beat and building into a gloriously melodic rock offering about unrequited love, Venus by New York alternative rockers The Chordaes could very well become your new favourite guilty pleasure. Produced by Grammy Award winning Marc Swersky and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons), the track blends the best of ‘90s pop-rock anthems with a smattering of U2-esque atmospherics to create a monstrously infectious and vibrant tune. Perfect for emotional driven contextual playlists and primed for sync opportunities in TV and film, this is a song that will stay in your head long after its final note. The band, comprising of frontman Leo Sawikin, drummer Ethan Glenn, keyboardist Dan Cobert, and guitarist Kevin Foley, have been picking up label interest in the States off the back of recent shows and this lead single from their forthcoming EP What We Breathe In. Hook-laden, addictive and infused with heartfelt emotion, this is a wonderfully crafted pop song that sounds big and bold enough to become a global streaming and radio smash.
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