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Antimatter People unveil FOALS remix of new single‏

March 4, 2015
90683
ANTIMATTER PEOPLE
NO NEED TO BE SO SMALL
 
Antimatter People have unveiled their new single, ‘No Need To Be So Small’, which was released earlier this week, March 3rd. The single is now available to  order now – http://www.roughtrade.com/albums/90683
Having spent some time stranded in the French mountains over Summer; the band immersed themselves in writing and experimentation for weeks on end with no distraction. Returning to London, the band unveil new track, No Need To Be So Small; the first to be released from a vault of new recordings; transmitting their excitement for future sonic ventures.
Antimatter People are a young quintet based in London, UK. Hailing from the UK, Bosnia, France, Finland, Slovenia, and the USA, this young quintet favours heavy grooves, synthesisers, and fuzzy flavours, always opting for a textural, hi-fi facet of psychedelia, and in this vein capturing a refreshingly modern essence at the heart of their sound. Their love for world music, film scores, the strange, and the eclectic resonates within their meteoric live shows and meticulous visuals. Yehan (Lead Vocals / Guitar), bedroom-producer extraordinaire, had been quietly composing as Antimatter People for years before he met Elliott (Flute / Vocals / Percussion / Keyboards) and Mikko (Keyboards / Guitar). The three grew into a five when Spencer (Bass/Vocals) and Callum (Drums) appeared over the milky way. Whether it is playing in old churches, making films or building their own instruments, Antimatter People seem to be constantly propelled by a high cosmic energy, giving them an incredibly accomplished sound for a band so early on in their career.
To coincide with the release, Edwin Congreave from Foals has stepped in on remix duties, delivering a pretty impressive take on Antimatter People’s new single, ‘No Need To Be So Small’, listen below-

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