Automan release ‘Peace’ – Their second and final teaser from their debut EP Vegetables
London shoegaze/grunge quartet Automan face night terrors on their new cut, ‘Peace.’
Recorded partly by Freddie Brown (guitar/vocals) at his home in southwest London, and partly with Steve Lyon at Panic Button Studios (The Wedding Present, Prefab Sprout), ‘Peace’ offers the second and final teaser of the band’s upcoming debut EP Vegetables. The track channels both the paranoia of an exhausted, sleep-deprived brain and their own vulnerability at trying to confront it.
Songwriter Freddie Brown explains:
“‘Peace’ channels that feeling of when your brain is so loud that you can’t sleep; in the middle of the night, your thoughts are at their worst, and that acute sense of paranoia can quickly spiral out of control. I wrote it in the middle of the night, thinking I was copying Morning Bell by Radiohead. I got hooked on this two-chord sequence, addicted to way they don’t quite solve each other – just the right amount of uncomfortable.”
‘Peace’ is out today. Vegetables, their debut EP, is set of release on October 20th.
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