Scottish skygazers The Machine Room are set to release their new single 'Chances' / 'Your Head On The Floor Next Door' via Disorder Recordings on Monday 3rd March, followed by the Sweden EP two weeks later on 17th March.
New label Disorder Recordings is set to release new material from Scottish skygazers The Machine Room in March. Disorder Recordings rises from the promoters behind the popular Old Blue Last club night. The Machine Room packed out many venues throughout 2013 including The Shacklewell Arms, Birthdays and The Bull & Gate as well as appearing at festivals such as T In The Park. It’s 2014 and they’re back ready to release new material that was only previously heard at their enthralling live shows.
'Chances' is the second single to be released from their forthcoming EP after last year's single, 'Sweden' was released via Fierce Panda/Label Fandango. 'Sweden' attracted a whole load of positive press including being made Track Of The Week by The 405, described as ‘melodic finesse with a knack for a sky-scraping chorus’. 'Chances' is backed up by 'Your Head On The Floor Next Door', a hypnotic rhythm filled tune that packs a punch, sure to fill dance floors across the country upon its release. Released alongside will be a re-mix of 'Chances' by Telfort.
The Machine Room from Edinburgh consist of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist John Bryden backed up by Adie Emanuel (drums), Cecilia Stamp (synths, keys, guitar, backing vocals), Ryan Marinello (guitar, backing vocals) and Scott Hitchings (bass), exist in their own swirling world of heavyweight rhythms and featherweight melodies. 'Chances' released on Monday 3rd March 2014 picks up where the mildly electro-fied dreamers left off with 'Sweden' last year, it’s catchy, dreamy guitars swoon between haunting vocals and complex beats making this new offering every bit as epic and enthralling as their previous release.
'Your Head On The Floor Next Door' video:
'There is much to savour in The Machine Room's intricate and deft melodies.' - DIY
'Sweden is a prime example of the band's ability to transcend the instruments at their disposal and bring us into a world of shoegaze wonder, and most importantly, a shameless groove you can fall in love with quite happily.' - Scotland on Sunday (The Scotsman)
'The Machine Room create a sound ahead of their time' - The 405