Put on your sunglasses: Dennis Kiss & The Sleepers ring in the summer with their new single ‘The Zoo’ out now via Lauter.
After ‘Screens’ and ‘Gin Tonic’, this is the third single off of the debut album ‘Poco Bono’, which will be released in autumn by the young Baden Indie-band. ‘The Zoo’ is all about long and carefree summer nights. About being young and in love, and feeling fine for one elusive moment. It’s about shared cigarettes, late night walks and train rides, one beer too many or too few, and Hemingway. «The Zoo» is a memory of a time as light and as real as it gets.
Light as a feather and yet thoughtful: Dennis Kiss & The Sleepers seem to have found not only their balance, but a way of creating their very own, unique vibe.
Dennis Kiss himself says the following about the song:
I like to picture the song in one scene in Wes Anderson’s «Moonrise Kingdom», where the two runaway-kids are dancing to this old radio by the beach. This scene signifies a moment of lightness in its purest form, and I think that’s what I tried to express with «The Zoo».
Stream ‘The Zoo’ here: https://dkts.fanlink.to/thezoo