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Zooni drop second single ‘Cotton Blue’

London-based art-pop newcomers Zooni released their new single ‘Cotton Blue’ via Square Leg Records on July 5th. It follows the April release of their debut single ‘Pany’, which was premiered by Earmilk, appeared on the Radio X Evening Playlist, was included on Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ and ‘Hot New Bands’ playlists, and was followed by a packed performance at The Great Escape Festival.

Discovered by Mercury and Brit award winning producer Charlie Andrew (Alt J, Nick Mulvey, Marika Hackman), the band – Peter Martin, George Godwin, Ben Clark, and Matt Glasbey – mix hypnotic beats with delicate piano, angular guitars, and haunting vocals.

Talking about the single, they explain “Cotton Blue is an introspective song about giving up on a broken relationship. It was written and demoed on a retreat to the Welsh countryside with the producer Jay Pocknell.”

Following their sold out debut London show on July 2nd at The Waiting Room, the band will appear at the below festivals:

Kendal Calling, Cumbria | July 25-28
Moseley Folk & Arts Festival, Birmingham | Aug 30 – Sept 1

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