The project A R I Z O N A started as a way to create music without rules, labels, or boundaries, and the result was music that falls in a fuzzy middle space between diverse genres. None of their songs exemplify this quite so well as "Freaking Out," one of two songs that A R I Z O N A dropped earlier this month.
It starts with a soft electronica-pop verse, so the stronger beat and vocals that fade in during the chorus come as an unexpected twist. The song is an easy, familiar sounding listen with a streak of creativity that sets it apart.
Zach, Nate, and David - the minds behind the band - have a bond that stretches back to their days in college. Their friendship has crossed state lines (they lived and worked in California together), but they didn't figure out their signature, native-pop sound until they were back home in New Jersey. That sound is universally appealing, evidence of which includes their 9 million unique listeners each month. Not bad!
Last summer we had the pleasure of welcoming the band to our Bands & Brews Series in Brooklyn. Check out their very "lit" performance below:
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