The Computers debut album imminent

From Exeter’s very own tight-knit and fertile punk scene, The Computers return in May with This Is The Computers, their debut full-length album for One Little Indian Records. Recorded in four short days in the Californian home of John ‘Speedo’ Reis, more of whom in a minute, it was recorded live, to tape. That means no overdubs. No computers were involved (irony). There were no tweaks, corrections or auto-tuning – this is the real deal, baby. Warts and all, as Lemmy would say.

From the opening 121 seconds of clatter of ‘Where Do I Fit In?’ through the beautiful thrusting discordance of ‘Hot Damoclese’ to the hellacious 12-bar strut of ‘The Queen In 3D’, it is apparent that this is a debut that leaves you no room to catch your breath. It is punk that dares to have a swing in its step; hardcore that knows all the Northern Soul moves. There is no ambiguity or airs of pretension here. The Computers play sartorially-snappy supersonic rhythm and blues with larynx-shredding vocals.

Having recently toured with Gay for Johnny Depp and Alexis On Fire, the band are now looking forward to the release of their album on May 16th as well as the following gigs

The Computers UK Tour Dates

May 13th Bridgwater, Bridgwater Arts Centre
May 18th London, Macbeth
May 19th London, Underbelly (Stag And Dagger Festival) – 8.30pm
May 19th Kingston, New Slang – Album launch club night
May 21st Liverpool Academy 2
May 22nd Lancaster, Library (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 23rd Manchester, Academy 3 (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 24th Dunfermline, PJ Molloys (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 25th Glasgow, King Tuts (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 26th Newcastle, The Cluny (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 27th Birmingham, HMV Institute (supporting Duke Spirit)
May 31st Liverpool, Mojo (supporting Duke Spirit)
June 1st Bristol, Thekla (supporting Duke Spirit)
June 2nd Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms (supporting Duke Spirit)
June 3rd Brighton, Audio (supporting Duke Spirit)
June 5th Intro Festival, Middlesbrough /

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