Love Zombies have revealed the video for the new single ‘Birthday’. The track is released on October 28th, and taken from their forthcoming debut album Passionfruit which is due for release early next year.
The video for their power-pop anthem was filmed in Camden on the closing night of their September co-headline tour with The Amorettes. It showcases their explosive live performance which ignites crowds across the country and saw them play two sold-out London dates last month.
Formed by songwriters Hollis Mahady and Davey Fitzsimon, Love Zombies create a distinctive brand of pop, punk and new wave with a strong 60’s/70’s influence channeling the likes of Blondie and The Ramones.
Lead singer Hollis calls Love Zombies’ music high vibrational rock and roll and goes on to say that, “Love Zombies is more than a band to me. It’s a lifestyle choice. Choosing to live as a Love Zombie is waking up and choosing to try to live consciously on a daily basis from a place of love, empathy, compassion and respect for yourselfand others. I try to incorporate these kind of important messages intoour music in a fun, lighthearted and meaningful way.”
Hollis and Davey’s songs caught the attention of legendary producer Alain Johannes (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal, Jimmy Eat World, Arctic Monkeys, Them Crooked Vultures, Chris Cornell, Eleven) and saw the pair fly out to Los Angeles to record the album bringing in the help of Joey Castillo (Queens of the Stone Age, Zakk Wylde, Eagles Of Death Metal) on drums.
With unforgettable melodies and catchy choruses, their energy, rawness and authenticity on stage has earnt them a formidable reputation and has seen them perform throughout Europe at many festivals including Reading and Leeds, Download, Groezrock, and The Warped Tour. Hollis’s intensity and performance on stage has been compared to a young Iggy Pop while her vocal range, in one phrase, can go from Courtney Love to Gwen Stefani. They have opened for acts such as L7, The Primitives, Alkaline Trio, The Wildhearts and Me First and the Gimme Gimme’s among others and toured the UK with the legendary punk band Stiff Little Fingers.
Backed up by their strong songwriting abilities, dedication and determination to their craft, Love Zombies have earned a dedicated group of followers known as the ‘Love Zombies Army’.