Sheffield indie/psych pop/alt band The 23s have shared their new single “Ooh La La La” and its accompanying music video.
The track is out now via Channel 23 Records and is part of their ‘release one song a month’ project, releasing 23 tracks in 23 months, featuring genre flipping anthems, showcasing a vision for modern times in the new post Covid world.
Get the song here and take a listen below.
Comprised of Rob Cohen, Tom Taylor and Rob Gurruchaga, the 23s have driven indie pop arrangements with analog synthesizers and synth guitars, a band for modern times, with feelings of fear and anxiety. The songwriting has very intimate and melancholic moments through the lyricism while musically connecting to the feelings listeners can relate to in the 2020s.
Artistically, the band pulls influences from a variety of artists. These include producers like Trevor Horn and musical artists such as: David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Blaqk Audio, Gary Numan, The Beatles, Depeche Mode, The Cure, Talk Talk, Oasis, Ultravox, Echo & the Bunnymen and Thomas Dolby.