Bill and Murray’s latest track “Rolling Stone,” which came out recently, is a modern take on techno-pop sounds. The duo reveal, “The song is about finding it hard to find a center of gravity, a way to self-define yourself, to truly care about something and know who you are and what you stand for. When you feel like you could or should be somebody else every day.”
Band members David Blau and Stella Gotshtein believe that they’re ready to move away from the ‘80s synth-pop scene and are open to experiment with other genres. “Rolling Stone” is the first step towards that goal, in fact the pair confess that they’ve been influenced by Nirvana’s Grunge and Punk rock energy, “What inspired us to write about this particular topic is probably rooted in listening to a lot of Nirvana back in the day and connecting to the whole “Nevermind” vibe, particularly the opening lyrics of the song “Breed.”
Traveling to the four corners of the world from North America to Europe and the Middle East, the Tel Aviv-based duo came together years ago to release their debut album A New Kind of High in 2015. “Rabbit Hole” and “The Silence Grows” received worldwide recognition, hitting the charts of famous radio stations, including platforms like Radio Airplay.