EXCLUSIVE NEW DOWNLOAD: And Then There Were None - Hide And Seek (Imogen Heap Cover)
Take your favorite ethereal Imogen Heap ode, "Hide & Seek." Add edgy, synth-heavy dance beats and male vocals. Presto. This track will burst you out of your winter cocoon and tempt you to rave on a club rooftop. While electro-dance may not seem like a likely route for And Then There Were None, whose frontman Matt Rhoades had metal DIY tendencies, Rhoades explains, “Eventually I ran out of ideas for writing metal music, and began to write what came more naturally. To me, dance music is positive, and still incredibly emotionally based. There are no rules or norms and this allowed me more creative freedom in the writing process." Though this Imogen Heap Cover is an infectious warm-up, we'll have to wait till Feb. 24th when their debut album is released under Tooth & Nail Records for the real verdict. Then again, if The Killers carved out "Human," who's to say a former metalcore can't master dancable electro-pop?
Sounds Like: Imogen Heap, Electric Valentine, Big City Kids