Mathilde · Guitar ·
Steven · Bass ·
David · Drums
After their great impact with their first single 'You Never Know', Lepizig based rock outfit, blacktoothed are ready to announce their new full length album »JULI«, due for release on July 29th and serve their next hit called 'Pulse' featuring the incredible vocals of Kassim Auale (ex-Alazka), making this single a perfect gem.
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“Pulse was the perfect single long before we knew we were even writing an album”, Hendrik says about their second single, as the song features the most personal story of all. This song is sleepless nights. Depression & anxiety at its lowest, highlighted by the only vocal feature on »JULI«, sung by Kassim Auale. “Working with Kassim felt like the perfect choice considering just the soul & heart he puts into his voice, so we love the way it vibes with the whole story of the song”, Matti adds.
The band’s latest work »JULI« was created in collaboration with the producing team of Sawdust Recordings (Christoph Wieczorek & Julian Breucker) and shows that blacktoothed have narrowed their sound and found their musical style. “Recording JULI was a funny “3-way experience”, involving 3 different recording sessions over the course of 2 years, changing band members, finally getting the flow in our songwriting process and of course lots of bad jokes & food with our producing team (cheers!) - to sum it up, we might finally know what we are doing musically”, David, Matti & Hendrik describe their recording experience.
“With JULI, our main concern is to create awareness to the fact that we carry a lot of potential in ourselves to change the lives of our loved ones for the worse, but at the same time to recognise how we might be able to help those affected”
»JULI« is characterized by their unique combination of a solid rock sound with a lot of filigree guitar work, catchy pop-hooks, topped up with a touch of an 80's vibe.
Blacktoothed stand out for using and combining a wide range of stylistic elements from different genres in their songs.
This is how '80s shred guitar solos meet modern, straight rock rhythms and vocal melodies that could cover anything from power ballads to pop chart hooks.