Montreal-based producer duo Woolsoul have released the second single of their upcoming EP. “August Storm” is a bilingual indie rock throwback song about a summer with endless opportunities.
Behind Woolsoul are Zachary Ayotte and Xavier Savage, long time friends from Montreal who are talented in many ways. Music isn’t their only passion. Zachary is an award-winning filmmaker and Xavier an accomplished graphic designer.
Both bring their expertise on the table and artistically express themselves with music videos artworks, pictures and short videos. For their upcoming project Éponyme the artists have pursue a cinematic approach to their songs and worked with over ten eclectic musicians, ranging from jazz, indie and psychedelic rock to classical music.
Woolsoul’s music breaks genre boundaries with a smooth combination of groovy hip-hop tunes, R&B and progressive psychedelic rock. With this unique and experimental sound they have already gained attention by international listeners and radio stations. Furthermore they have been reposted on several blogs and played a live show in Montreal.
“August Storm” comes with a R&B flavorured indie rock sound, underpinned by bouncy drums and compelling guitars riffs. The English and French lyrics let you think about a summer that went by too fast. Moreover the song creates a feel-good vibe, with a mysterious dark undertone. Listen to the DIY track and further insight into the forthcoming EP below.