Deadweek Brandishes Their Own Breed Of Alternative Pop
One of the lastest from Deadweek is a single that brings a colorful brand of alternative pop to the table with belting vocals and slamming pianos making a theatrical and ultra catchy song that works in so many ways it's crazy.
"Loving You Is A Sin" has an acoustic guitar back bone under the piano and powerhouse vocals and although there isn't any percussion technically, the song has a major energy that's incredibly addicting and vibrant.
This track feels alive and kicking while it sends a message I think plenty can relate to.
A wonderful combination of a youthful and high octane performance with a seasoned and smart songwriting style that really breeds something special while taking old and new vibes and fusing them.
While the song alone is a fun, edgy, alternative pop banger, it does come with an accompanying video that also shows multiple sides of the band's character.
Shot entirely on one park bench, vocalist Zola does his thing with a great presence while various characters come and go throughout his performance.
It's hard to not watch this whole thing.
"Loving You Is A Sin" is the latest in a string of three singles dropped from Deadweek and works well as a follow up to songs like "In The Deep" which is much more alt-rock oriented.
One thing is for sure, Deadweek sure has a good time making these songs. You can hear that in the music.
All of their tracks are well worth your time and more.