The Garage-soul, punk n’ roll Exeter’s band, The Computers, have announced their third album ‘Birth/Death’ to be out on the 30th September.
A long with its release, the band will be touring the UK through October and November. ‘Birth/Death’ was recorded, this year, in Devon and produced by David McEwan. The Computers are formed of Al Kershaw (vocals), Aidan Sinclair (drums), Fred Ansell (keyboards), James Mattock (guitar) and Tom McMahon (bass).
The album is composed by eleven Garage-soul, punk n’ roll songs, including ‘Want the News? Here’s the Blues’, ‘This Ain’t Right’, ‘Pound for Pound’ and ‘Bad Wolf’. ‘Birth/Death’ is expected to captivate and electrify new and current fans.
According to The Computers “[…] We have a new album, we set to change existence. Fully embrace our brand new sound, there’s no need for resistance. We’ve taken our time to re-sculpt our vibe. We are the new leaders of the floral tribe. It will enhance your life, of this we are sure. We gave it everything plus a little bit more. From the cradle to the grave upon your very last breath. Live every minute from birth to death.”
‘Birth/Death’ is out on the 30th September 2016 via One Little Indian
This Computers article was written by Mariana Diaz, a GIGsoup contributor. Edited by Zoe Anderson.