Emerginig synth-pop duo unveil debut single ‘Animalism’ due 1st March.
Having been ensconced in the studio recording material for their debut EP, rising London synth-pop duo SHiiVERS pre-empt its release with a brand new track ‘Animalism’, a song that explores identity and the yearning for connection.
“Animalism is about the insincerity of certain relationships and our addiction to dissecting other people's lives in a cold and detached way”.
SHiiVERS make anthemic electro-pop, blending layers of dark synths, grimy basslines, intricate beats and beguiling lyrics. Formed in 2018, they consist of university friends Tom and Clara
who love pop music that tells a story, inspired by everyone from Sylvan Esso to M83, Chvrches
to LCD Soundsystem.
They are recording their follow-up with Spotify studios and Cameron Gower Poole (Dua Lipa, Anne-Marie, Jorja Smith). When they're not working on new songs, the duo produce club
remixes of their own tracks and others, so expect their live shows to turn into a
SHiiVERS are playing a number of dates in London in support of their release as well as
Standon Calling Festival on 26 July 2019.
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SHiiVERS - Animalism