FSM Favorite : Zen Arcade

FSM Favorite : Zen Arcade

Zen Arcade, named after their rehearsal studios (which got its name from Hüsker Dü’s sophomore 1984 album), are a Hackney four-piece influenced by bands like Talking Head, XTC and American funny band Cake.
Formed at Stoke Newington’s Arts and Media School, Zen Arcade’s musical influences are varied and with a collective writing partnership.

Take for example their track The Get Up, which you can listen to and download via the player below.

Awaiting the release of an EP (hopefully) later this year, the lads recently released a video for their single In Emerald. Have a look; it’s a good track and a ditto video!

As the next in line of FSM Favorites, we’ll keep a close eye on the developments of Zen Arcade and bringing you the latest news!
For more information on Zen Arcade, you might want to have a look at their Facebook page thingy!

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