We’re delighted to announce that our debut album, entitled `Eschaton’, will be released on Robot Needs Home on June 2nd, 2014.
The first track can be streamed exclusively over at Musical Mathematics right now:
We will also be touring to coincide with the release, playing the following dates:
Friday 23rd May- Penny Theatre, Canterbury
Monday 2nd June- Avondale House, Southampton
Tuesday 3rd June- Firebug, Leicester
Wednesday 4th June - Bar 1:22, Huddersfield
Friday 6th June- Album Launch: The Facemelter, Black Heart, London
Saturday 7th June- The Ferret, Preston
The London date is our album launch in association with the magnificient Chaos Theory. It’s going to be a right party.
We’re going to be playing with some great bands: Delta Sleep for Cantebury, Alpha Male Tea Party for a few dates and we’ll also be joined by our brothers Obe in London. Then we’ll be rounding off our summer by playing the mighty Arctangent. It’s going to be a right party.
Tell your friends, share, and enjoy the listen.
6pm. Tonight. Check here. Exciting. Thanks x
Ahoy! We’re completely and totally DELIGHTED to announce that we will be playing the incredible ArcTanGent festival on 28-30 August!
This festival really is the best thing around for all your post/math/whatever-rock connoisseurs and has an awesome lineup (Russian Circles, ASIWYFA, This Will Destroy You etc.)
Get your tickets here: http://arctangent.co.uk/tickets/
If that wasn’t awesome enough, we’re also going to be playing the Robot Needs Home Recordings stage at Handmade Festival on Sunday May 4th. This is another cracking lineup with a real, well, handmade feel. Find more info here:
We’ve added a few new exciting shows:
We’re playing the awesome Threshold Festival in Liverpool with The likes of Kusanagi and Alpha Male Tea Party:
And then we’re delighted to be sharing a stage with the mighty Delta Sleep in Canterbury on 23rd May:
More to come people, keep your eyes open and ears to the ground.
Why, here’s a rather lovely review of our recent show at Firebug in Leicester with Feedback Voice and Antlered Man
Thanks a lot Lush Radio.
We were devastated to hear Phillip Seymour Hoffman passed away yesterday. He was one of our favourite actors.
We sampled a speech from his film ‘Synecdoche, New York’ in a song of our first EP- this is for you, Phil.
Thank you very much to Andy Sidebottom for these spectacular pictures, from our Leeds show last saturday.
Ooh, an artist spotlight all the way from Boston. Check it out.