Review: ZELA – High Wasted Genes

Brat-Pop sibling duo ZELA have created a dark and imaginative brand of attitude-laced alt-electronic pop. Think Charli XCX meets Wolf Alice, with a hint of Doja Cat and Yungblud. Dirty, pulsing basslines meet distortion-soaked synths and driving, electronic drum beats, and the pair have become known for their signature use of sampling front-woman Liv Griff’s vocal and using it as an instrument in itself.

This weekend, we’re excited to share the greatest with you from the indie duo ZELA. Titled ‘High Wasted Genes’, this new single highlights ZELA’s incredible songwriting skills. From the vocals performance to the upbeat instrumentation, ‘High Wasted Genes’ hits all of the sweet spots, this is the type of release that you’ll want to listen to over and over again. With ‘High Wasted Genes’, you’ll see precisely why ZELA needs to be on everyone’s music playlist now and forever.

Go ahead and give this a spin and discover your new favorite duo, interested in hearing more? Make sure to follow ZELA on social media to stay current on any upcoming releases in the rest of 2022! 

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