Chores’ new single ‘Got It’ feat. Sharnar is a groovy little electronic dance number with a sassy R’n’B twist.
The insanely catchy tune, with its infectious whistle melody, takes the duo’s reputation for turning out dance floor anthems to new heights and shines a spotlight on one of New Zealand’s most exciting electronic acts.
Produced by Alex Wildwood (NIKA, Woodes, October) whose midas touch brings a solid analog baseline to the song, ‘Got It’sees Chores(AKA Thommy Simmonsand Sam Saunders) forging further into new sonic landscapes.
It’s then brought to life by the sultry vocals of Sharnar- a force to be reckoned with in her own right.
“Sharnaris a cool quirky R’n’B singer from NZ. You'll be hearing a lot of her in the coming months,” says one half of Chores,Thommy Saunders. “She gives the track a lot of attitude and sex appeal. She's an amazing singer with lots of swing.”
Also co-written with Wildwood, ‘Got It’ is about that person who wears their love and emotions on their sleeve. “They have made their intentions clear and the other person knows exactly how they feel. It’s up to them to commit before it’s too late.”
‘Got It’ follows Chores’last single ‘ Vampire Teeth’ featuring EYE SAK MAC, which premiered on US-based dance blog Dancing Astronautin June and received airplay across Triple J, George fm and ZM.
“Vampire Teeth is a balanced assortment of pumping bass, shimmering synths, and a sturdy percussion arrangement that blends together to create a necessary poolside tune”
- Dancing Astronaut
Chores is a music-making duo from New Zealand whose feel-good, dance-floor fillers have established them as one of the most exciting new electronic acts south of the equator.
They cut their teeth on Auckland’s DJ’ing circuit in 2014 before turning their talents to producing their own material and evolving into the mesmerizing live act that exists today.
Choreshave continued to push the envelope when it comes to performance, alternating between playing DJ sets and their high-energy live show, which brings together their infectious get-up-and-move beats and grooves with kick-ass visuals.
Their reputation on the live circuit has earned them opening slots for a host of international acts, including Peking Duk, A-Trak, Duke Dumont and The Chainsmokers, as well as spots on some of the most popular festivals in the southern hemisphere, from R&V, Your Paradise and Northern Bass to Deep, Hard and Funky, Mudtopia, Our House, Spring Break, Britomart Block Party and Homegrown.