Octofingers is the professional name of emerging independent electronic artist and producer, Zach Mitchell. He made his solo professional recording debut in 2019 with the single “Apostle.” That track introduced an experimental composer who makes electronic music that spans the stylistic spectrum from industrial to synthwave. The eclectic creator also frequently incorporates organic instrumentation and plenty of guitar shredding.
Since his debut the prolific producer has released a string of singles as well as last year’s Until the End six song EP. In addition to his exploratory electronic work as Octofingers, Mitchell is also a member of Mouth of Sauron, a brutal death metal band based in Las Vegas, Nevada. That band debuted in 2017 with the album Hearken the Echo of Music.
“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” is the brand new single from Octofingers, available worldwide via all major streaming services. Although a cover of the Shirelles’ classic, Zach takes the song in a much different direction than the original. A dark analog sawtooth synth bass opens the track and sets a dramatic tone. Deep synthwave chords slide into the mix and expand the horizon as the singer steps to the mic.
The beat drops on a driving hip-hop groove as synth arpeggios paint the periphery. The singer’s vocal becomes increasingly robotic as the song progresses. After a brief new wave guitar interlude all of the song’s various sonic elements come together for a synthy wall of sound.
Check out “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dance playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with Octofingers. Get on his socials and get in the loop on all of the music to come from this talented and versatile artist.