Los Angeles trio TELYKast dropped their new single last week “Nobody To Love” with Loren Gray and we still aren’t over it.
The group – Linus Altman-Kurosaki, Trevor Klaiman and Kyle Tonoli – combines electronic pop with live instrumentation, producing the most energetic and unique sound perfectly made for live shows and festivals which we are so ready to hear live. Always wanting to push the limits, inspired by an array of artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Odessa and The Chainsmokers.
The upbeat self-love and empowering new track, written by Moa Lisa (Alan Walker, Ava Max), recorded and produced in Klaiman’s home studio, showcases the groups signature energetic production perfectly in tertwinnking with Gray’s flawless vocals. Working with Gray for the single was a no-brainer for the group since the four have been friends for years and immediately knew how harmoniously Gray would work.
As an independent group, the boys are incredibly talented in every way from music to content creation, everything they put out is nothing short of skilled and brilliant. A group that knows what they want and constantly evolving, disregarding the status quo of electronic pop and live music. TELYKast create a unique euphoric atmosphere felt in their music both at home and live.
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