Danish independent rockers Aztek Release New Single “Delirious”

Delirious” is the second single released this summer by Danish indie rockers Aztek, this time with a charming layer of distorted vocals colliding but also working perfectly with the mostly calm, indie spirit of the piece – they are like a post punk glaze over a beautiful, summery composition. Undoubtedly, “Delirious” invites listeners to hop on and experience this new, unknown part of Aztek’s songwriting.

STREAM: https://soundcloud.com/aztekband/delirious-etmstr1/s-IVYLU

About the song, the band comments “Truthfully, also the unspoken promise hidden in the title of “Delirious” seems to be well delivered within the composition – with the calmness of the verse on one hand and the distortion of the chorus on the other, it all helps Aztek create a world that’s restless and incoherent, but also wildly ecstatic and hopeful at the same time — truly d e l i r i o u s. And a cherry on top is how these two faces of the track complete each other; creating a universe full of longing and desire, presented over sentimental and edgier musical landscapes.

“Delirious is essentially about how wealth if often confused with the ideal of personal freedom. You won’t necessarily be fulfilled of be truly free with a whopping bank account”, Aztek say, and mention that the song also brings up the theme of free will and freedom of choice: “Is there such thing as free will? Sometimes it can feel as if you are a slave of your own mind. On one hand, there’s personal freedom and freedom of choice, and on the other, a feeling that you don’t actually make your own choices. It rather seems that they make you.”

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