Sinoptik have stated that the new single “Sell God’s Number” is also a song about freedom of choice…
“This song is about choices, and quite often we don’t appreciate that we actually have the possibility to choose. We frequently make choices recklessly and after choosing, go towards the goal just to abandon it as soon as obstacles arise. Every time you make a choice or leave your path, remember the people who did not have a choice from the very beginning, but still go all the way. “
The city of Kiev has been seen to produce some notable musical exports of late, with bands like Jinjer and Stoned Jesus leading the charge. Since 2014 Sinoptik were forced to move from their war-torn city of Donetsk to Kiev, and their experiences of being treated like second class citizens despite Ukraine being their native home has now seen them throw their hat in the ring as a band with a story to tell and music to be heard.
Fusing together 1970’s occult rock influences with huge stadium rock production – Ukrainian Power Rock trio Sinoptik manages to pay homage to the classic era of rock bands whilst injecting a contemporary edge that makes their songs truly unforgettable, but also unmistakably Sinoptik.
Pre-order for Sinoptik’s studio album ‘The Calling’ will be revealed in due course, but the artwork has now been revealed.