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Zeus will release its sophomore album, Busting Visions, March 27 on Arts & Crafts.
Recorded between the band's Ill Eagle Studio and the ranch studio of label mate Feist, Busting Visions is a sweaty romp of a record, oozing cool, with fuzzed-out riffs, razor-sharp hooks and harmonies galore.
Zeus - the instrument-swapping Mike O'Brien, Carlin Nicholson, Neil Quin and Rob Drake - have wasted no time earning high profile fans and collaborators, from members of Broken Social Scene to Bahamas.
"Just one of the three singers/multi-instrumentalists from this band would be a force to reckoned with," says Jason Collett. "Having three songwriters this talented gives Zeus an almost unfair edge over other bands. Plus, Neil Quin has the best rock 'n' roll voice I’ve heard in 20 years."
The band's debut album, Say Us, topped the CBC radio charts, garnered a Polaris Prize nomination, won the XM The Verge Album of the Year award, earned rave reviews and led to dates with Belle & Sebastian, Broken Social Scene, Metric, and many others.