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AA Indie Song of the Day - The Zolas - "Come Back To Life"

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The Indie Song of the Day comes from Vancouver, B.C. act The Zolas.

July 22, 2020


The Indie Song of the Day comes from Vancouver, B.C. act The Zolas. We're featuring the band's latest single, "Come Back to Life." The single is a new direction of The Zolas that's far removed from their 2016 hit "Swooner."

“In our jam space we started fucking around with this nostalgic vibe: like a warped memory of the Britpop music we obsessed over as kids but never got to make. Eventually it seemed obvious we had to follow that feeling and make an album of it. I had just come off a long period of writing pop music for other people [including ‘L.A. Hallucinations’ from Carly Rae Jepsen’s critically acclaimed album Emotion] and a co-writing trip in Europe [with artists such as Starsailor’s James Walsh] and it was a spiritual thing to be in a dank room playing loud with our band again.”

“We thought it was hilarious to make a Britpop record at a time when
nobody but us is listening to that,” Gray muses. “but we have our little clique and
that made us more excited to do what we want and say fuck it to how it might be
received.”

Listen to "Come Back To Life" from The Zolas below.







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AA Indie Song of the Day - The Zolas - "Come Back To Life"

July 22, 2020

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The Indie Song of the Day comes from Vancouver, B.C. act The Zolas.

The Indie Song of the Day comes from Vancouver, B.C. act The Zolas. We're featuring the band's latest single, "Come Back to Life." The single is a new direction of The Zolas that's far removed from their 2016 hit "Swooner."

“In our jam space we started fucking around with this nostalgic vibe: like a warped memory of the Britpop music we obsessed over as kids but never got to make. Eventually it seemed obvious we had to follow that feeling and make an album of it. I had just come off a long period of writing pop music for other people [including ‘L.A. Hallucinations’ from Carly Rae Jepsen’s critically acclaimed album Emotion] and a co-writing trip in Europe [with artists such as Starsailor’s James Walsh] and it was a spiritual thing to be in a dank room playing loud with our band again.”

“We thought it was hilarious to make a Britpop record at a time when
nobody but us is listening to that,” Gray muses. “but we have our little clique and
that made us more excited to do what we want and say fuck it to how it might be
received.”

Listen to "Come Back To Life" from The Zolas below.



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