While trying to explore their own sound with the inclusion of synths, pedals and some wicked yelling, AVIARY is trying to expand their options within the Hungarian scene. After their debut in the end of 2020, they’ve been playing most of Budapest’s venues and have also gotten into the final of the underground scene’s most popular competition Kikeltető and have played some of the well-known festivals of the area. During this time they are also writing and working on their new upcoming singles that will premiere in the second half of 2022.
" Blurred lines between indie pop, modern r&b and eerie electro. "
For a band that could laconically be described as “minimal”, Sworr. pack a huge amount of emotion into their stripped-down music. The trio from Patra city, Greece, blur the line between indie-pop, contemporary R&B and eerie electro in nuanced songs that are as sleek as they are strangely inviting. And that’s the ideal, stark backdrop for the way Thanasis Q’s guitar and John Tsalla’s keyboards and beats build thick tension over Robin K’s nebulous vocals.
Their self-titled debut album was released in 2018, via Fair Weather Friends Recordings, showcasing dubby bass lines, reverb-heavy guitars and clever beats, while the Chet Faker-like vocals add even more depth and an almost noir aura throughout the album.
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