Shambles In A Husk continue their aural assault with free download track 'Medications'.
Both the track and the accompanying video were premiered exclusively by Big Cheese Magazine earlier this week, but you can now stream and download the track for free from the band's official SoundCloud page or via the embed below.
'Medications' is hectic, in-your-face brilliance channelling bands like Converge, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Adebisi Shank and Refused.
The video is also available to watch now on Youtube.
Based in Glasgow, Steven Murray (Guitar & Vocals), Kyle Shields (Guitar & Vocals), Jonathan Beveridge (Drums) and Mandy Clarke (Bass) formed Shambles In A Husk from the remnants of Crusades, Super Adventure Club and The Darien Venture in late 2013. Despite the keen support from the likes of The Herald, This Is Fake DIY, Rock Sound, Amazing Radio and many more, they decided to make a fresh start so they could hone their talents as songwriters and develop their live shows. The band are heavily influenced by the Washington DC DIY scene and the ethos of bands such as Fugazi and Black Flag.
With three more singles in the pipeline, and their debut EP slated to wrap up 2014 along with a European Tour, previously released single 'Cowboy Doom' and now free track 'Medications' is only the first step for a band that’s sure to cause a ruckus on the UK’s rock and metal scene.
“Jerky 2-bit dance pop for indie geeks…” - NME
Following the release of the sacrilicious video for for 'We're Manicals!', FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE! are releasing a stunning collection of 14 remixes for the track, each one transforming the song into something new and exciting. This is all part of the build up to the band's debut album, Atlas, which is due for release 28th April 2014 via Audiolith.
The band will be giving away two free downloads from the remix collection, giving fans the opportunity to download and stream Deo & Zman's and Ostbahnof (FR)'s
interpretation of FUCK ART, LET'S DANCE!'s speaker shaking track 'We're Manicals!'.
Download the first remix here or via the embed below.
Download the second remix here or via the embed below.
You can also check out the video for the 'We're Manicals (Leoniden Remix)' on YouTube or via the embed below.
Watch the original video for 'We're Manicals' on the official Audiolith YouTube channel and download free album track "HOME" on Audiolith's SoundCloud page.
The band’s name - FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE! - speaks for itself. Whilst listening to Atlas you can imagine club kids from Dalston, London to Williamsburg, New York dancing carefree in the darkest, coolest corners of some of the best underground clubs, music pulsing, the band’s name emblazoned onto loose fitted vests, graffitied luminously across brick walls - FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE! have the capacity to start a movement.
With Atlas, this addictive four-piece will make you dance, sweat and smile - they embody both the fun and introspective elements of youth and have translated them into thirteen perfect tracks.
You can buy all 14 tracks from We're Manicals! (Remixes) on iTunes.
FUCK ART, LET'S DANCE! debut album Atlas is released on 28th April 2014 via Audiolith and can be pre-ordered from iTunes.
Steve Strong is Plymouth’s one man multi-instrumentalist, specialising in sweeping soundscapes and heartfelt melodies that speak to the soul. His debut album, Three Hands Tall has been four years in the making, and will be available on Vinyl and MP3 via Genepool Records on 19th May 2014.
To get a taste of Steve's sound, you can download and stream 'Marta', a track taken off his upcoming album over on SoundCloud or via the embed below.
An accomplished drummer with 15 years under his sticks, Steve decided to expand his repertoire to include multiple instruments while living and performing with Bristol-based former band Elliot Whale Boy. After a self taught crash course in production, Strong was soon building live guitar loops and overdubbing drum tracks to create his first solo projects. From those first few dalliances with composition, the project grew into Three Hands Tall, and he enlisted the help of friends Scott Brown (guitar/vocals) and Jack Joyce (bass/vocals) to join him on stage for live performance alongside And So I Watch You From Afar, LITE, and This Will Destroy You.
Very few artists can boast having poured four years of their lives into their debut album, but Steve’s dedication and ability to completely immerse himself in the songwriting process has created something that is a reflection of those four years, an organic sonic catalogue of all the trials and tribulations faced by an individual recording his personal masterpiece. Recorded in in Plymouth’s dBs Studios with producer, and close friend, Jay Auborn, Three Hands Tall blends elements of Math-Rock with heavy influences from Four Tet and Squarepusher’s instrumental albums. Strong creates a captivating and genre-defying sound that fills the room, painting the air with sonic pictures.
With a new EP and a selection of live performances scheduled for Summer 2014, Steve Strong’s complex and experimental style is set to hypnotise the UK.
Three Hands Tall is released on 19th May 2014 via Genepool Records.