Following a sold out European tour and festival appearances around the world, Zoot Woman headed back to the studio to begin work on the tracks that would become the album Absence. As with their first release Living in a Magazine featuring songs like Information First and It’s Automatic, Zoot Woman continue with Absence to display an inherent timelessness and their own modern aesthetic. Kicking off with the infectious single Solid Gold, followed by the introspective Ordinary Face regret-fuelled I Said It Again, and 60’s soul inspired Haunt Me. Adding to the arsenal of synthpop, a contribution from Kylie Minogue who features on Still Feels Like the First Time. There’s an edge to Zoot Woman music that makes them instantly identifiable. Heavy use of synthesizers lacing the material, leaving space for Johnny Blake’s vocal. From an early age, Zoot Woman have defied changes in the music industry, performing songs such as Grey Day, The Model and Coming Up for Air among others to fans everywhere. At the end of 2017 Zoot Woman announced plans for the production of Redesigned. The band’s sixth album features new versions of previously released songs recorded in a different style. Fifteen tracks in total, three from each of the five albums released to date, Living in a Magazine, Zoot Woman, Things Are What They Used To Be, Star Climbing and Absence.
In 2019 the band announced that work had begun on their next album ‘Maxidrama’.