The famous three-piece band, Trytone, has released its new hit music single titled “Why Even Bother.” The long-anticipated pop/rock was produced with a blend of live drums, guitars, vintage keyboard, and bass to create a soothing effect on the soul. It primarily revolves around human relationships as the central theme and addresses how these relationships can be most enjoyed when there is a mutual understanding between both parties involved.
Since it was formed during the pandemic in 2020, the three-piece band has been committed to producing great sounds that influence and positively impact listeners in a unique way. Although the band members are spread across different parts of the world, including Russia and the West Coast of the United States of America, as a result of the current political situation, they still find a way to make timeless music.
The band consists of three talented musicians: Nikolay “Niko” Marenkov, Danila “Mart” Martynov, and Yaniv Illouz who is the vocalist among the trio. Each of them separated from their previous bands to form a strong collaboration. Since the collaboration, they have performed and produced a wide variety of songs on different global platforms. After the release of their first two songs, “One Foot Out the Door” and “On The Run,” they took the extra mile to develop their art to produce something even better. Then, they recorded their first album, “Hyperdrive,” which got people really thrilled. Off the Hyperdrive album, 3 singles were released in December 2022, February 2022, and April 2022, respectively; the first 2 singles were accompanied by music videos. And on May 27th, all 8 songs in the album were released. All 8 songs off the album were produced with a unique blend of electronic rock of the 80s and contemporary pop production.
“Trytone plays pop-rock, album-oriented music. Influences include, among others, Pink Floyd, Soundgarden, Audioslave, Pearl Jam, Deep Purple, Depeche Mode, Genesis, The Police, and Arctic Monkeys. The sound is a mix of 70s, 80s, and 90s styles without ever being totally predictable. Live drums, guitars, and bass, as long as some vintage keyboards (Hammond, Wurlitzer, Fender Rhodes), are used in the production of their songs. Their lyrics are often based on human relationships, vulnerabilities, and insecurities, modern-day society, and challenges,” said the band’s spokesperson.