Isolated Atoms

Written by on August 25, 2011 in News, News To Shout About! - 1 Comment

isolated atoms

press release August 2011

 

 FASHION HOUSE INVITE FOR ISOLATED ATOMS

British Electro Rock outfit Isolated Atoms have been invited to play London’s prestigious Park Lane for Milan fashion house L’altrouomo (www.laltrouomo.co.uk).

The fashion house are launching a beauty issue of ‘The Face’ to compliment their current ezine at a private black tie masquerade ball on September 1st.

 The band, Grant Leon Ashman, David Davies, Mark Neat and drummer Jake Osei Tutu Tutu recently spent two weeks in Los Angeles performing at the legendary Whisky a Go Go to Industry execs along with a blistering support slot for The Tubes at Redondo Beach.

They were interviewed for the Time Warner channel by Ms Denise Ames (Focus in the Mix) and graced July’s cover of LA Rock mag www.allaccessmagazine.com where they have been described as the ‘New British Invasion’

The band have been invited back in late September where they will play several shows over a 10 day period, attend several meetings regarding music placement within movie soundtracks, and also film a promotional video in the Mojave Desert.

With a name derived from Isolation (the iconic track on Joy Division’s second album Closer) and Atoms (which signifies their exciting live performances) the band released debut single ‘Tell Me What I Want’ to critical acclaim in February 2009. The track was recorded at Coldplay’s Parr Street Studios in Liverpool England and has a definitive early 80’s vibe running throughout.

The band have become firm favourite’s of both Derek Forbes (Simple Minds) and Peter Hook (Joy Division, New Order).

In fact Hooky was heavily involved in the recording and production of second single PLAY which hints at Depeche Mode and again carries a heavy 80’s tone to its lyrics of anguish and sadistic role play.

Having recently released third single ‘How I’ve Tried’ (which is available on Spotify and iTunes) the band have been compared to Depeche Mode, The Doors, Joy Division and The Cult.

 

 

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