SINOPTIK Drop New Single “Sell God’s Number”
Band Announces New Album ‘The Calling’ – Out June 11th
SINOPTIK – “Sell God’s Number” (Official Video)
WHAT THE MEDIA SAYS ABOUT SINOPTIK
“I like the fact they’ve got a keyboard effect that YES would have used in the ’70s, but made it sound really contemporary. So YES sound effects meet contemporary rock”
Wyatt Wendels – Planet Rock Radio
“This is your best bet… well-produced, & I can’t help but think ”Jimi Hendrix Experience”, but with a 21st Century DYNAMO vibe.”
Dick Metcalf – Contemporary Fusion Reviews
“Sounds a bit like the Chemical Brothers covering a movement from Pink Floyd‘s Echoes.”
Tim Thornton – Huffington Post
Ukrainian Occult-Rock trio SINOPTIK continues to march toward the release of their new full-length album, and the next mile marker on said journey has arrived with the band’s new single “Sell God’s Number”. In addition to the new single, Sinoptik have announced a release date of June 11th, 2021 for the group’s new studio album ‘The Calling’.
The video for Sell God’s Number was filmed at the Korostyshev Boarding School in Ukraine, where Sinoptik were invited and welcomed with a unique opportunity to inspire the children with their music, but they were the ones left feeling truly inspired.
Frontman Dmitry Afanasiev spoke about how the video and the collaboration between Sinoptik and the boarding school came to be.
“In December 2020 a volunteer from the Korostyshev Boarding School got in contact with me. He asked if we as a band could come and visit the kids and spend some time with them. In total there are 100 children who attend the school and 50 of them live there permanently because they have no parents. All of the kids have a variety of mental or physical disabilities, and some of them are victims of domestic violence. We wanted to show their everyday life and draw attention to this problem so we thought it would be a good idea to raise awareness by filming the experience.
We came to this school and had a real party with live music for these kids. We brought some presents for them, had lunch together and played games outside. We had a filming plan, but the kids actually made it even better with their actions and energy. I hope that all the children will remember this day for the rest of their lives.
These children are one on one with their battles, incomparable with petty everyday troubles of other people. Each such child is a real superhero, because day by day they fight and they win.”