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Mega Emotion

Mega EmotionPowered by Audioscrobbler™Mega Emotion take inspiration from bands like New Order, Metronomy, CHVCHES, Sleigh Bells, Depeche Mode, The Pixies, Kraftwerk and Sonic Youth. The result is a reverent blend of post punk, stark electronics and synth pop hooks.

They’ve had singles of the week in both The 405 and The Music Fix, and airplay on BBC 6Music and XFM. Their debut demo self release ‘Fake Feelings’ sold out on cassette in just a couple of hours and the title track BRAINS went on win Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable on 6Music.

Their debut single proper, Uncomfortable, was released on cassette by Post/Pop Records – who have released cassette tracks by Everything Everything, Pulled Apart By Horses, Ash, Johnny Foreigner and We Are Scientists.

New single OK MAYBE OK, out January 2017, spews out squelching bass lines, dirty duelling guitars, headache-inducing drones and, let us not be coy about this, cowbells. It was a BBC 6 Music Recommends track.

Live, they have played for John Kennedy’s Remedy showcase in London, and supported the likes of Dan Croll, Thumpers, Lonelady, DRONES CLUB and Yuck.

“Brains starts like Blondie and soon becomes something different. Part Pixies noise-fest, part 80s synth sunset. I fucking love this song. It makes me want to rip out my shitty broken spine and flop around on a dance floor having fun.”
The 405 (single of the week)

“Mega Emotion aren’t your standard synth-pop proposition. They may weave webs of slick electro beats that nod out to Blondie, but they also have a thing for excessive layers of noise.”
The Fly (names to watch)

“A tasty jellybean of guitar embellished, smart electro pop”
The Music Fix (single of the week)

“Sounds like: A mad genetic experiment between Casiokids and Blondie.”
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