Scenius drops their new track titled ‘Wild & Wooly’. Featuring a more subdued texture and sound than their previous release ‘Glass Rain‘, Scenius gives a melodic performance with that certain something that captivates us with little ability almost like a lovely sonnet is meant to do when done right. Visually accompanied by the patterned video below, this becomes a symbiont delivery for those who love that something meant for those who need little help in wonderful interpretation.

ABOUT SCENIUS

Scenius draws inspiration from the early electro-pop outfits – both pre-punk (Kraftwerk, Brian Eno…) and post-punk (New Order, Depeche Mode …), through to contemporary bands (LCD Sound System and Boards Of Canada) – to pursue in their own way the same thrilling mission: make vintage synths and rhythm machines sound soulful and touching.

The band is a cross-channel project, composed of Steve Whitfield, based in Leeds, UK, (music) and Fabrice Nau (vocal parts and lyrics), based in Angers, France.

LINK:
https://www.facebook.com/sceniusband

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