Puzzling as to why you just can’t get through to that person who keeps on pushing you away for no reason, Zen Juddhism rocks the startled speakers alive with some splendid guitar solos and catchy vocals with the new single, ‘Get Along‘ (feat. Pammie).
Zen Juddhism is a Southampton, UK based indie-rock designer collective that was formed by the songwriter/guitarist, Jude Ωne Eight.
”From a life spent listening to an array of folk, rock, metal, soul and pop acts, Jude wrote original songs for a rock album inspired by artists most prominent on his playlist at the time, such as Metric, Led Zeppelin, Garbage, Big Country, Fountains Of Wayne and TV On The Radio among others in the run-up to recording sessions in 2014 that became the debut eponymous ZEN JUDDHISM album.” ~ Zen Juddhism
Dispatching us into a thoughtful place to figure out what actually happened to get you into this mind-numbing place, Zen Juddhism is rather brilliant here with a groovy track that has you in the mood to turn up loud and with intent.
‘Get Along‘ (feat. Pammie) from Southampton, UK based indie-rock designer collective Zen Juddhism, is a speaker-shaking new single from a band who get it all right on this fiery new single all about being confused as you why you are getting pushed out for no reason. There are distinctive solos here that are utterly incredible and seem to hug your ears with the strings, as you flow into a whole new universe. Featuring lush vocals to get you into the mood to dance, this is a positively recommended new single to sing with all night long as you search for those all-important answers.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen