We are delighted to have the official premiere of Kansas City based pop talent ZAVA’s thrilling new anthem Wrong. The pulse-pounding slice of electronic-flavoured stadium-pop features confident, emotive vocals and masterful production to assert itself as the pop track of your summer.
The bombastic romantic song sees ZAVA showcase a more vulnerable side than some may have come to expect, with the singer-songwriter sharing: “I’ve had so many letdowns and heartbreak. As queer people, we don’t often get to have that teenage movie-esque romance when we’re younger. All I ever knew was people leaving but he just kept proving me Wrong.”
Producer Giuseppe Sorce draws inspiration from lush dancepop sounds akin to the likes of Robyn and Dua Lipa for Wrong’s energised production – made even more euphoric thanks to the track’s queer themes.
ZAVA’s focus is on Empowerment Pop, with his use of the lighting bolt symbol capturing that he “stands for the light in the darkness and hopes to inspire people to experience their true selves through his music.” In Persian the first four letters of his surname Avazpour – AVAZ – mean voice or song. Due to Persians reading from right to left, ZAVA flipped this, bringing his new name to the world.
Wrong follows ZAVA’s previous 2021 singles including Electric, I Could Get Used To This, Altitude, and Lightyears.