Cyclone (Original Single) By Electric High

It’s been a while since this Norweigan band has made a release, But oh was it worth the wait, as their return in 2022 is extraordinary.

Electric High have released their latest original single “Cyclone” on October 7th and there’s simply nothing quite like it. The alternative hard rock single is unlike anything you’ve ever heard.

“Cyclone” is one single you must hear to understand, as it may seem crazy and unhinged in the best way possible and imaginable, the single is simply unpredictable and that’s what makes it so unique. “Cyclone” starts off with lead singers, PV Staff and Olav Iversen, harshly shouting the letter FFFFFFF into the microphones, before the whole band kicks in with full force into a pounding upbeat groove. And with that in the first 20 seconds of the single you’re going to understand the unhinged and unexpected nature of the single as it hits you with the off tune “lalalalala’s”.

This single is quite literally unlike anything you’ve heard before and you will most certainly fall in love with the refreshing nature of something utterly new and out of the expected. Electric high is one talented and powerful band with PV Staff and Olav Iversen for lead vocals, Marius Mørch on the guitars, Einride Torvik playing the bass, and Tor Helge Opdahl on drums, the synergy and vibe Electric High display together is unmatched they play music as one in full grace and unison.

Not to mention the marvelous explanation for “Cyclone” that Electric High provide, they tell us this single portrays the ringmaster in a circus the one who whips up the storm and demands that everyone follows his command. A magnificent idea and theme that perfectly showcases Electric High’s creativity and eccentric nature.

You must check out Electric high and all their releases, as they’re all worth it. Support their music and share it with the world, help them reach global stardom as they’re one band like no other.

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