WATCH: Legendary Maltese Duo Are Back With A Nostalgic New Song
2017's anthem is out now
Maltese duo The Shh are finally back with a new song and an awesome accompanying video. The song, Too Young, features a new direction with the use of more electronic sounds and that signature sweet nostalgia of youth that the duo are so famous for.
For that extra punch of electronic goodness, the track was mastered by none other than Yasmin Kuymizakis, of YEWS (and more recently Ġiżimina) fame.
The Shh's Alison Galea and Ian Schranz have one of the longest and most decorated musical histories in Malta, having pioneered the local music scene with Beangrowers nearly two decades ago. This new side project emerged, in their own words, "in secret, from a place in between the city of Paris and the island of Malta."
Their debut album All Things With Love was released in 2013 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Benelux, and Japan, where they actually went on tour later. The title track of their album also features in the 2016 Canadian Film Happily Ever After. Another track, Summer, was also chosen to provide the music to a 2015 ROXY ad that will make you wish you could get out of the house and go see the world.
Featuring skating videos from the late 70s and very early 80s, this latest track by The Shh will make you wish it was summer with its surf-rock sounds and warm vocal melodies. The duo have promised even more new music soon, and if this is any indication of what's to come, consider us sold.
You can keep up with anything The Shh-related in the coming months on their Facebook page. In the meantime, we'll keep playing Too Young on loop!