London-based electropop duo REYKO follow up their delicate, atmospheric track “Lose Myself” with a brand new mellow hit – “Hierba Mala”.
With their latest single a brooding, downtempo, dance track, it seems like the duo have really honing in on a signature style. REYKO are truly a refreshing act. Translating in Spanish as “bad weed”, the track refers to a toxic person that is very hard to get rid of – in their words ‘bad weed never dies’ or “hierba mala nunca muere”.
Already a highly awaited single since appearing on popular Mexican programme The House of Flowers, “Hierba Mala” is complimented with a video, where we see the pair wandering through the city streets, capturing the same melancholy present in the track.
Soleil and Igor, the pair behind REYKO, maintain a DIY approach to music ever since – from the writing to the producing and recording – and it shows in the creative execution.
Spending the large part of last year touring – culminating in a nomination for Best New Spanish Artist at the LOS40 Awards – REYKO continue to raise the bar with every release, creating on their own terms and turning heads of many in the process.