The Post-Punk Pop Rock Of Zephiro
A full album release from Zephiro brings a post-punk and vast rock style and takes on an anthemic and powerful tonality that sticks with you for days on end.
The Baikonur album is packed to the brim with pop undertones that, at times touch on retro-alt pop and brings with it a nostalgic and addictive feeling.
The songs on this record have plenty of range but all have this staple soundscape that helps really define the band as a whole.
The release has depth and is built with layers of textures and tones with guitars that float around in the ether of songs and give off edgy choruses in others.
Most of these songs have an in your face bass tone that defines the rhythm of the tracks and they feature such a wonderful array of natural and digital instrumentation like synths pads giving songs more atmosphere.
There is a wonderfully addictive soundscape used throughout the record that gives it all a type of sheen that feels refreshing and crisp a lot of the time.
Songs come through bright and impactful and blend a number of rock subgenres and give them all a pop spin to top it all off.
You can also just hear the love Zephiro has for their craft. Each song is oozing with heart and passion.
This is part of why the album is so damn good. It becomes something that you feel like is written just for you.
You can pick up on tons of great influences from different decades of rock and pop music and each track has something a little different to bring to the table for sure.
Vocals are huge, harmonizing, and belting out with a killer energy that gives the band an area rock feel.
This album was massive and is well worth your time to say the least.