I woke up this morning thinking that it was Sunday, went back to sleep, and then was late to work. Hoping that this hasn’t set a precedent or is heavy foreshadowing for the week to come, but at the very least I’ve got some loud, female-powered rock music to get me through the rest of the day.
Who is it you ask? We’re talking California’s Zero Frequency and their new album The Ocean’s End, full of post-punk guitar riffs, at points psychedelic keys, and vocals reminiscent of Best Coast that are innocent but powerful.
“I had been musically dormant for many years before taking on the Zero Frequency project,” he says. “I had so much pent up anxiety while writing my Master’s Thesis, that I channeled all my downtime into this ‘band’ to help relieve my stress.”
Yes, yes you get me.
The first four tracks of The Ocean’s End, Vol. 1 lay a powerful foundation for their narrative rooted in sexual liberation, freedom up and down the coast of California, and letting go of the things that are holding you back.