Radio Radio's fourth studio album, Ej feel zoo, was released on March 18th, 2014 via Bonsound. After conquering the city (Cliché Hot), the sea (Belmundo Regal) and the stars (Havre de Grâce), and thus closing the first chapter of their story, the Acadian band wanted this album to capture the energy of their live shows. These new anthemic songs will easily find their place alongside their best hits.
Unlike its predecessor, notable for its numerous guest artists, Ej feel zoo is a cultivation of the best elements of Radio Radio's musical career. Among the few musicians who lent a hand on this new opus is Kim Ho (who will also be joining the band on tour). His guitar riffs (on 50 Shades of Beige) bring the funk out of Zander MacWeegen's highly-original electro beats. This album is about going back to basics, musically and thematically. Radio Radio seeks to reveal the primitive instincts buried deep inside the modern human.
Nature is more than our home… It's us. Ej feel zoo is above all a scream that asserts our connection to this vast reality, explains Radio Radio. It’s a howl at the embers to reignite the tribal fire. It's an energizing shout that ensures we stay alert in a time when the animal and the primal instinct within us are confined. It's also a way of answering our need to sweat and to stimulate the body and soul.
More than anything, Ej feel zoo is a liberating anthem for the men and women of our time, open to everyone’s interpretation.