LearningToDive transport us back to 1980s musical greatness with their latest single “You Said It Best”

With the release of “You Said It Best”, LearningToDive have expanded their distinctive sound following the critical appreciation of their previous album “Norwegian Pop”. LearningToDive has successfully mixed everything great about 1980s music along with soulful, melodic soliloquies with profound thought and meaning.

‘You Said It Best’ is an uplifting, heartwarming message incorporating themes of
self-acceptance, forgiveness and gratitude, and is about coming back to one’s roots and working out what really matters.”

The magician behind the music is Bravo Bonez, whose decision was to not release this brilliant song as part of their previous album, “Norwegian Pop”. The track “You Said it Best” is a hypnotic concoction of Sophisti-pop and country that would not have complimented the album’s deep connections to 80s indie, post-punk rock artists such as Echo and the Bunnymen.

The public are already catching on to LearningToDive’s exceptional musical talents, having amassed over 10,000 Spotify listeners. This is a single you absolutely do not want to miss!

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Words by Aidan Whelband

Love for Zero set to release single ‘Call Me Up’ in early 2014

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Manchester 5 piece precede summer EP with killer electro-rock track

Having already supported the likes of The Bluetones, The Kooks and The Twang this year, Love For Zero are looking to make 2014 their own with their new single ‘Call Me Up’, swiftly followed by EP ‘Allies and Enemies’.

The Manchester band have impressed a number of established pros, including Bez (Happy Mondays) and Mike Joyce (The Smiths), with their mix of rock, indie and electronica and are set to win more fans with this killer single.

Mixed by Cenzo Townsend (The Maccabees, The Vaccines) and mastered by John Davies (Lana Del Rey, Snow Patrol), it’s a powerhouse of a tune that opens with an electro-pop sound before kicking into upbeat indie-rock.

The track was written at a time when each member of the band were finding influences in different genres, and ‘Call Me Up’ is the first track they wrote which truly creates a synergy between all those different approaches.

‘Call Me Up’ will be available from March 2014, but if you can’t wait until then, you can check out the video for previous track ‘Let It Go’ on YouTube.

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