Brighton based quartet Sun Machine revealed their new single ‘The Loudest Of Them’ last month, to a really nice wave of support, including nods from the likes of DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash and more
unveil video for new single ‘The Loudest Of Them’
– “Bold, adventurous and managing to combine lashings of the best indie-pop music of the last 20 years from The Flaming Lips to The Stone Roses.” – The 405
– “Fusing 60s psychedelia with snappy, memorable choruses…one of the most exciting acts to emerge in recent times.” – Crack In The Road
– “‘The Loudest Of Them’ wraps itself in all levels of influence – from 60s pop, to 90s bagginess, to the bobbing waves of the River Thames, upon which the track was recorded – things are soon skyward, though, with a clear dedication to gut-punching melody and a chorus that’d make even the hardiest chart-botherer quake in their boots.” DIY
– “Sun Machine make psych-pop that places equal emphasis on both sides of the hyphen. Extravagant psychedelic sounds with stratospheric melodies.” – Clash
– “Warped rhythms are delivered with Dandy Warhols-esque pop prowess. Droning synths pay homage to psychedelic predecessors. Unrelenting and nostalgic, the track is a turbulent trip…the embodiment of glazed eyes and a rapid pulse.” – The Line Of Best Fit
Today sees Brighton based quartet Sun Machine unveil the video for their new single ‘The Loudest Of Them’.
Watch the video here
Stream the track on SoundCloud here
Already seeing some wonderful support from the likes of DIY, Q, The 405 and more over the past 12 months or so, Sun Machine’s return this winter is surely the start of something huge for the young band.
New single ‘The Loudest of Them’, set for release release this Friday (13th November) through the bands own Twin Egg label, marks the first in a trilogy of online releases that will follow in quick succession over the forthcoming months.
A year tucked away on board the Lightship 95 (one of the only studios actually floating on the River Thames) under the stony glare of resident engineer Ben Phillips, the band have honed their production skills – further refining their droning, resonating and particularly well-crafted wall of sound.
‘The Loudest Of Them’ embraces whole-heartedly an immediacy, energy and atmosphere that has set them on their own trajectory, with a raw live talent that’s previously earned them lead support slots for the likes of POND and The Wytches.
In line with their ardent DIY approach, the band have decided to centre their creative onslaught by means of a monthly South London residency. To be held at the Amersham Arms, a familiar watering hole for the band.
The first event will be hosted on November 12th and no doubt the band will want to ensure the night will run to their euphoric expectations. The evening will be showcasing the best live and DJ talent they know. All ready booked for the opening night are Brighton based Porridge Radio & The Cosmic Sadness, along with Camberwell’s Seeds of Doubt.