OUT: '1969 - Conrad' by RAZZ
After three years of musical self-discovery, the band Razz presents '1969-Conrad', the first single since the release of their second studio album 'Nocturnal'.
More than ever, their sound world shows a stylistic complexity with which they outgrow themselves - from a play between organic sound worlds and spherical synths arise those captivating melodies that form the DNA of Razz.
Written at times when fake news are unsettling ever larger parts of society, the song expresses a feeling of powerlessness: “It's terrifying to see how some people rely on dubious sources without questioning them and being casted under the spell of conspiracy theories. The fact that a virus can be so divisive is scary. Cohesion and trust in science definitely make more sense than ignorant egoism and tendentious scare tactics”, says singer Niklas Keiser.
Razz were just around fifteen years old when they decided to make music together in 2012. In 2015 they released their debut album 'With Your Hands We Conquer', followed by their second album 'Nocturnal' in 2017. With shows at well-known festivals such as Lollapalooza, Rock am Ring and the Hurricane Festival, and their own international headline tours as well as support shows for bands like Mando Diao, Kraftklub and Bloc Party, Razz developed into one of the most exciting indie bands on the German music scene.
After three years of silence, Razz releases new music and the single '1969-Conrad' is just the beginning.