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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Let’s Dance Till The Meds Wear Off & The Sun Goes Down

Zaflon is here to remind us that we’ve got to keep dancing. After a shitty 2020, we’ve still got music. And music really is the food of love. So play on.

‘Till The Meds Wear Off’ marks Zaflon’s first venture into singing. That is, the first time has featured his own vocals on any of his music, all of which are self-produced by the way. Zaflon is in fact a music producer by profession, and has worked with many artists including his longstanding collaboration with Hiphop artist Lefty.

In fact, Zaflon studied music at Westminster Uni alongside Rudimental and Jamie Woon who he later went on to engineer on his first album.

Zaflon comments about his foray into vocal recording: “I tried the vocals thing ages ago and was told by people who I respected to stick to production. In retrospect I’m surprised I listened but when you’re young you’re very impressionable and I let a few comments make me insecure rather than defiant especially as these were the same people praising my production. Recently I put a few things online of me singing. It started with a cover of The Racoons cartoon theme tune Run With Us.

I put it on my private Facebook just for fun so only my inner circle saw it and people loved it. I then got other singers who I work with telling me I should sing more. That is when it hit me; life’s too short, the world could end tomorrow, I’m gonna sing now.”

The video for ‘Till The Meds Wear Off’ is available NOW to enjoy ahead of the official single release (17th February).  Check it out here:

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Discover more music: Bandcamp | Spotify | Youtube

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