After being put on hiatus during this pandemic season, Biko Abidin, an alternative band from Johor Bahru, Malaysia breaks their silence with new track ‘Xerox’.
Here’s the write up sent in:
“This new track showcases the new side of the band that we haven’t heard before. The track starts off with the clicking sound of a printing machine, and subsequently smashes listeners with a heavy nu-metal-esque riff, before it shifts into their more usual shoegaze/alternative rock sound. The track instrumentally produced by the drummer, Adin Azuar at Selangor, Malaysia, while the vocal recorded at Tonehouse Studio Singapore, as frontman Hafiz Azuar is currently stranded in Singapore during this pandemic season.
According to Biko Abidin, the track was supposedly reserved for their future release. But, they decided to release it anyway as a token of appreciation for everyone that have been supporting the band.