PREMIERE: AyOH “Dangerous Questions”

PREMIERE: AyOH “Dangerous Questions”

Pop-rock foursome AyOH have just premiered their new song “Dangerous Questions (Feat. Lilly Hiatt)”.  “Dangerous Questions (Feat. Lilly Hiatt)” is set to release off of their upcoming sophomore EP of the same title on February 24th, 2015. The song was recorded in collaboration with producer Steven Gillis (Filter, Naked Ray Gun, Los Lobos) for Transient Sound Productions in the band’s hometown of Chicago. Reminiscent of The Killers, Imagine Dragons and Coldplay, AyOH has developed their own unique blend of harmony and sound. Listen to “Dangerous Questions (Feat. Lilly Hiatt)” below.

 

“‘Dangerous Questions’ is the title track on this EP because it seemed to reflect the way we were learning to approach song writing,” vocalist Avi Dell reveals. “It’s surprisingly simple musically with a linear structure — the message was so palpable we felt that it didn’t need anything crazy, just a simple string of declarations in a time of fear and sorrow.”

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