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The Great Rewilding is Zero Carbon Band’s Ep Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature band is Zero Carbon Band and their Ep The Great Rewilding.

The Great Rewilding is Zero Carbon Band’s Ep Out Now

This band has a very interesting artistic vision. In fact, they make their songs available to save the planet.

A unique musical project and concept indeed.

The compositional style takes inspiration from the past, from classic rock.

It is evident that Zero Carbon Band have spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve such an enviable musical alchemy.

The passion that the band members put into interpreting and performing these songs is contagious.

Particular mention for the singer who has a very interesting vocal timbre that manages to distinguish the sound of this band even more.

The Great Rewilding is a nice Ep. All the songs are solid and above all they share an important message.

A band that I recommend everyone to listen to, you will be surprised by the quality of their music.

The Great Rewilding is Zero Carbon Band’s Ep Out Now!


The Great Rewilding is Zero Carbon Band’s Ep Out Now

Zero Carbon Band (ZCB) is the world’s only premiership Eco-pop band, writing unique original Indie/funk Eco-pop and they chuck in the odd up-cycled eco-worded tune for a live set. A power-pop quartet of hooks and melody – this eight-legged groove machine is on a mission to save the planet.

Tracks on the EP are:

I’m a Tree – A celebration of trees and how they might feel about what mankind is doing to their ecosystems. Do trees know best?
​Our Allotment – Inspired by allotment culture which includes a strong sense of community, the chorus describes Si-Fi’s first plot layout which was a smiling face.
Sinking Seasick Homesick Blues – A possible future scenario if runaway climate change causes rising sea levels. The wind effect at the start was produced by whirling round some old guitar strings.
The Great Rewilding – Another possible future scenario inspired by Knepp Farm and various good eco-environmental news on the radio around the same time. Listen for the African bird call!
Commotion in the Ocean – David Attenborough brought plastic pollution in the sea to the world’s attention and inspired this song. Listen out for kisses, crunchy crisps, a sponge, an emergency siren and some gargling!

Members of the Zero Carbon Band are:

Si-Fi – lead guitar and backing vocals
Benjamin Simha – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Rat Thunder – drums and other percussion, backing vocals, harmonica
Nic – bass, flute

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