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Norwegian post-punk band Datarock have launched a model new hovering single known as “Digital Life,” at present accessible on YAP Data. In keeping with a press launch, “Digital Life” was combined by Steve Dub, who has labored with techno titans together with the Chemical Brothers, New Order and Moby. The tune was additionally mastered by legendary studio man Mike Marsh who helped produce information from iconic artists like Bjork, Large Assault, Oasis and Calvin Harris.
The tune sees the electro-pop band providing an upbeat, triumphant techno-pop tune that narrates the present chaotic state of the world. The result’s a much-needed enjoyable anthem, with the plain intention of serving to us all get by these robust instances. Because the band places it, the tune is supposed to “provide a short escape, inviting followers across the globe to bounce by the chaos we’re all going through” because it ponders “Brexit, the seriousness of Covid-19, despair of quarantine and the (un)presidential US election being confronted as soon as once more.”
Discussing the brand new monitor frontman Fredrik Saroea says, “For those who don’t care about lyrics “Digital Life” is the sound of laughing within the face of darkness & desperately attempting to get pleasure from ourselves within the darkest of moments; pleasure as an act of resistance…”
“Digital Life” comes simply a short while after the group launched a 15th anniversary reissue of its breakout debut album Datarock Datarock. The anniversary version comes full with a group of bonus tracks together with remixes by DEVO, Princess Famous person and Miami Horror. Moreover, the album contains two authentic songs from the band that haven’t been heard since 2005: “Maybelline” and “Nightflight to Uranus.”
The band additionally just lately unveiled an array of new animations together with a 15-minute Datarock Datarock documentary. The clip was created by Morten Vee and offers followers a novel, behind-the-scenes look into the making of Datarock Datarock in 2005.
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