Premiere: Chores channel Peking Duk in vid for Vampire Teeth
The NZ-based electronic duo are one of their home country's rising stars, and it's no surprise considering their catchy sound.
Our cross-Tasman neighbours New Zealand are belting out some really incredible electronic acts right now, from the breezy, radio-friendly sounds of SACHI and BAYNK all the way through to the gritty bass of Australian favourite QUIX. Electronic duo Chores are just another one of these acts, with the Auckland-born, now-Melbourne-based two-piece quickly rising amongst the New Zealand electronic market thanks to their catchy and quite pop-centric Peking Duk-esque sound - a sound you can just picture absolutely going off at festivals. Their latest single Vampire Teeth is perhaps the best example of this electronic flavour thus far, uniting this ringing vocal line with a synth-backed production that is both punchy yet easily accessible, flavoured with this summer-soaked, warm feeling. Featuring EYE SAK MAC, Vampire Teeth's bold sound has today been joined by some visuals, with the pairing enlisting animator Mardo El-Noor for a lyric-entwined video that really highlights the most ear-worming parts of the song, which unsurprisingly, is pretty much the whole track - it's an absolute anthem. Check it out below:
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