When you're producing tracks as good as this you don't really need to worry about a visual identity - just let the excellent music do all the talking. What Weirdo lack in biography and backstory, this Berlin-based production force more than makes up for in tunes.
New track "Attitude", like the rest of the band's output, was recorded in a bedroom studio but you wouldn't know. It's a shimmering track that packs a surprising punch. There's a pleasant discontent between the melody and the track's lyrics which articulate a youthful and perfectly valid frustration.
"It’s a more raw, do-it-yourself-whilst-feeling-aggressive style track. “Attitude" is a weird one. When I wrote this, I had just gone through a nasty break-up and I was completely alone. Looking back at it now though, it’s a coming of age tale, spurred by emotions, aggression, a bad attitude and not feeling in denial anymore. Now that I’m living between Berlin and the UK, I can totally see the difference in social and cultural acceptances, which I can relate to with "Attitude".
In Berlin, we really don’t give a fuck; it's totally open-minded and free-spirited, whereas in the UK, it’s a complete meltdown of arrogance concurred from being let down by the government. This is an anthem to all people that feel weird right about now in life and let down: keep walking, no-one can stop you.”
"Attitude" is out now.