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ZULU WINTER

Language

2012-06-08

British band, Zulu Winter, caught the ears of various labels after touring with bands such as The Horrors, Friendly Fires, and Keane, and started a virtual feeding frenzy to get the band signed. Now, after twelve years together, the debut album, Language, is being released. While the boys in Zulu Winter have the chops with their vocal harmonies and solid production, and the album is good, Language fails to differentiate itself from the many other indie-pop albums out there. Rebecca Ruth

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