Electro-punk outfit AHZ turn in new visual for 'It's Alive'
Following their debut single, “Bad Decisions” genre-burring electro-rock outfit AHZ has returned with a second single, “It’s Alive”. The group, which consists of Brody Jenner, LA-based DJ SAVI, metal band frontman Adam O’Rourke of 2Cents and Loren Moore, are forging their own heavy handed hybrid sound, and their latest undoubtedly falls within the group’s sonic vision. “It’s Alive” is heavy bass from front to back, with vocalist Adam O’Rourke delivering sultry melodies before the track descends into a bulldozing dubstep break. The visual feature is directed by Colin Lepper in a stop-motion animation style that complements AHZ frantic beats.
“It’s important to us that we give people something truly unique for their ears and eyes to feast on,” said AHZ’s Brody Jenner.
AHZ’s fresh and innovative take on dance and electronic music combines elements of electronic rock, punk, bass, and pop. Ushering in a sound entirely of their own, AHZ are preparing to expand on their catalog considerably, with the group is currently in the final stages of recording their debut album at their Malibu-based studio for an early 2020 release. See “It’s Alive” below.