The Capture Effect’s EP ‘Frequencies’ is out now!‏

March 31, 2015



“… sinister guitars and eerie sound clips.” – Magnet Magazine

For fans of: The Rapture, Test Icicles, Liars
The Capture Effect‘s debut EP Frequencies is out now via Free Radio and available to buy on iTunes.

The video for EP track ‘Lies and False Signals’, which charts the emotional end of a relationship and oozes impassioned vocals and soaring guitars, premiered on GigSlutz and you can now watch it via the band’s YouTube channel.

You can also stream and download the track for free from the ABoF SoundCloud page.

You can also download a second EP track, ‘London’s Burning’, which documents the 2011 phone hacking scandal spliced with news reports and break neck drum beats, for free from the ABoF SoundCloud page.

On Frequencies, the London based five-piece have created intense rock music, spliced with electro-synth sound waves, bridged neatly by a compelling narrative told through provocative lyrical content. Each track tells an individual story as the band touch on myriad of topical subjects, both unique to the individual and to society as a whole.

Featuring Iain Littlemore (guitar, vocals), Adam Parr (guitar, keyboard, backing vocals), Andy Malliff (bass, samples, backing vocals), Adam Smith (keyboards, synth, guitar, backing vocals) and Stuart Roberts (drums), the band formed in summer 2014 after an extensive writing period together. Inspired by a shared love of Nirvana, Bloc Party, Biffy Clyro, The Clash and all things David Fincher, The Capture Effect set about writing music that built upon these influences while maintaining a sound very much their own. Indeed their name and the idea of incorporating news reports and samples in their songs came about after an amp picked up a live radio broadcast during rehearsal. The phenomenon is known as ‘The Capture Effect’ and the rest, as they say, is history.

Frequencies is released via Free Radio and available to buy on iTunes.



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