19 Aug 2020
Ahead of Friday's album release – J. Zunz reveals fuzz filled new track
"Hypnotic and beautiful." Overblown
"An absolute delight." Terrascope
"Intoxicating." 9/10 Backseat Mafia
J. Zunz the solo project from Lorena Quintanilla, who is one half of Mexican duo ‘Lorelle Meets The Obsolete’ releases her new album 'Hibiscus' this Friday.
Ahead of its release we are excited to reveal a new track from the album, the glorious fuzz infused '33:33' – listen to it exclusively via Everything is Noise here:
'Hibiscus' is available to preorder on ltd edition 'Exotic Swirl' vinyl via the Rocket shop:
Or you can buy on ltd 'Tropical Blue' vinyl via your local record shop.
This is what Lorena says about '33:33':
"I wrote this song some months after I turned 33. I wrote it from beginning to end without stopping, vocals included. That same year we had presidential elections in México and for the first time I felt there was some hope. The lyrics talk about that: open doors creating different angles. There’s geometry inside the song. The arpeggio is ticking like a clock and if you are using headphones you can listen to the double drum takes going out of phase at some point, like a rebellion rising against the structure. Time is an important element in the song, a reminder that in México it takes time to build something. This song was the first one I wrote for ‘Hibiscus’ and was the one who led and defined the rest of the album."