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Yoko-Zuna release new single and video “Day Job” feat. SWIDT


Yoko-Zuna return with the release of latest single ‘Day Job’. Featuring vocals from long-time collaborators SWIDT, the single showcases another side to the eclectic Yoko-Zuna sound.

Created by both Yoko-Zuna and SWIDT, the track features the trademark confident vocals from Spycc & INF, sitting perfectly alongside the unique instrumentation of Yoko-Zuna. While the two have performed live together for a number of years, this marks their first collaborative release.

Performed live for the first time at Rhythm & Vines and Rhythm & Alps festivals over the new year period, ‘Day Job’ is driven by an upbeat saxophone hook from JY Lee, perfectly complimenting the laidback vocals. The single arrives alongside an animated video from The Makers Initiative.

The video, an underwater masterpiece, features Yoko-Zuna and SWIDT in an epic party under the ocean.

You can watch the clip here:

2018 will see the release of Yoko-Zuna’s second album. Featuring ‘Day Job’ and previously released singles ‘Voltron’ and ‘January Sun’, the album is set to further expand on the innovative sound featured in previous releases Luminols and This Place Here.

March will see Yoko-Zuna perform showcases in Sydney and Melbourne, offering a preview of the new album, and their incredible live performances.

Upcoming Yoko-Zuna Australian Tour Dates:

Thursday March 23
Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney
with special guest Godriguez
Tickets from

Friday March 24
Howler, Melbourne
with special guest Godriguez
Tickets from



Yoko-Zuna is: Frank Eliesa, Swap Gomex, Kenji Iwamitsu-Holdaway and JY Lee.


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