There is an absorbing daydream type quality for the almost three and a half minute tune, which is a unique feeling to achieve in a debut single.
A mix of philosophical and cultural backgrounds in the band and a talent for storytelling makes this arrangement of tracks immensely engaging.
The collaboration has birthed tracks which are constantly challenging the borders of electronic music, and their new EP is shaping up to be just as rebellious in the face of genre profiles.
The new track leaves behind an echo even when it has finished playing. The duo seem to have a knack for recording music which leaves an impression from the first listen.
The debut single is a classic rock tune. The longer intro to the track is hard hitting, with repetitive drums and guitars that pack promise.
Overall, the tune as a whole is pleasantly moody and seems to scratch an itch you didn’t know you had.
A collection of tunes which ooze attitude and boast both talent and range.
Easter Sunday this year seen a modern day resurrection as Vida made their return to the stage at Depot, Falkirk.