With the upcoming digital e-single release with Ninthwave Media of "Melancholic Afro", we were asked by Dave Richards to add a non album ("Audio Gothic") B-side on it.
"Radio No No" is the track we put forward, and it will grab many ears (yours included) on first listen to. It's a great modern dance instrumental with hypnotic electro pulses and steady rhythms, covered with speaking samples (from an Irish Radio Station intervew), great layering and certainly has a darker musical side to it.
We're very comfortable with all genres, styles and areas. I think we're becoming more and more like proper song writers, with every new album!
We were told a few months ago, that synth bands shouldn't record political songs (reference to our new song "Ghosts In America" from the new album), but then we thought about "Enola Gay" and "Tora! Tora! Tora!" and we felt we still wanted to ... lesson, don't take every bit of advice flung your way ... or else some of it will stick .. think for yourselves, and rely on your gut insticts .. it's a more natural process!!
Aidan, Seán & Lar