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General News / March 27, 2019

SYLK go in trap-influenced direction with ‘That’s On You’

General News / March 27, 2019

SYLK go in trap-influenced direction with ‘That’s On You’

“The extrovert lyrics of the song represent an inner fiery attitude and a sensitive soul that takes no shit.”

 

While previous tracks like 2018’s ‘Girl’ and ‘All In Ur Head’ have been more EDM-tinged, SYLK go down a different lane with ‘That’s On You’, once again linking up with Darragh Locke for additional vocals.

“We merged genres that inspire us, we aim to create music & art that connects people and gives a sense of i​nner power​,  ​confidence​ & human connection​. This song was influenced by world genres, the past, present and t​he future​. The extrovert lyrics of the song represent an inner fiery attitude and a sensitive soul that takes no shit.”

SYLK released the ominous and pounding  ​‘A​m I Alone’​​ in early 2017 followed by their EP ‘​​nwyr’​​, which led to appearances at Forbidden Fruit Festival, Body&Soul, Hard Working Class Heroes, Electric Picnic and a headline show in Button Factory.

Check out their latest track below.