Experimental collaboration, Losers, have announced they’ll be releasing their third album, ‘How To Ruin Other People’s Futures’, on 9th September, 2016.
Made up of Tom Bellamy (ex-Cooper Temple Clause), Paul Mullen (ex-YourCodeNameIs:Milo/Young Legionnaire, Eddy TM (DJ/new music radio and club guru) and Dean Pearson (Vennart, British Theatre) and with years of history across a huge range musical landscapes, Losers’ previous material crosses a range of styles and genres including dance, electronica and rock and their previous album, ‘…And So We Shall Never Part’, was generally very well received by critics.
Speaking about the new album, Tom Bellamy, said: “We had no rules when we began this record. Only to build on the epic noise we had been making in London but this time round having the isolation and alienation of a residential studio in the middle of a Brandenburg forest. The sound that came out is the documentation of a harrowing journey where two band members ended up joining a third in therapy.”
With two very different sounding albums already under their belt, ‘How To Ruin Other People’s Futures’ has been four years in the making and promises to be a fee-falling, head first descent into the band’s dark, brooding and emotionally brutal sound, taking influences from Nine Inch Nails and early Prodigy electronic punk while sticking with the more guitar driven, melodic work of their second album.
‘How To Ruin Other People’s Futures’ will be released on 9th September 2016 via 61 Seconds Records.
This Losers article was written by Neil Stopforth, a GIGsoup contributor