Metronomy may still be riding the waves of the ripple effect from The English Riviera but they are a prime example of a live outfit that can and will out-play their recordings. Successfully melding older tunes together with current album Love Letters, the British electro-pop group captivated everyone from Metro floor to balcony. We were
Joseph Mount‘s bedroom dreams had become actualised as five effortlessly stylish silhouettes walked onto the Forum stage and perched themselves atop pink and blue neon clouds. From humble beginnings as a collegiate daydream that sprung from a room in Mounts’ parents’ house, Metronomy was now a fleshed-out musical unit that not only looked as though
London’s alternative electro-pop foursome Metronomy have announced three Splendour In The Grass 2014 sideshows. Touring in support of their well-received fourth studio album Love Letters, they’re bringing their mosh-ready melodies to Perth, Sydney and Melbourne in July alongside fellow Splendour friends Circa Waves. The Mercury prize-nominated group were thrust into the mainstream spotlight with 2011’s
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The Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup rumour mill continues to build with another act dropping hints about a possible Splendour appearance. In a recent interview, London frontman for the electro-indie geniuses Metronomy Joseph Mount hinted the band plan to be in the country around the time the festival takes place. In an interview with
If 2011’s The English Riviera was Metronomy’s ode to warm summers and new flirtations, Love Letters is their quaint and slightly aloof soundtrack to heartache and loneliness. Yet, underpinned by the subtle cheek of frontman Joseph Mount, Love Letters manages to create a brand of sad music you can dance to. Mount’s standoffish and slightly
London electro-indie geniuses Metronomy have unveiled the music video for I’m Aquarius, the first single from their fourth studio album Love Letters, which is slated for release in March 2014. The video, which you can check out down below, has a distinct 2001:A Space Odyssey/Gravity-vibe to it. It features frontman Joseph Mount travelling the universe
British electronic outfit Metronomy are a big name in the UK and they’re slowly letting the rest of the world in on the secret, premiering their latest single I’m Aquarius and announcing a March 2014 release date for their fourth full-length studio effort, Love Letters. Metronomy are the product of frontman and producer Joe Mount
Metronomy have announced Australian tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Falls Festival, Field Day and Summafieldayze this new years. They will be playing two additional shows at Manning Bar in Sydney and Brisbane at The Zoo. Oscar + Martin will be special guests at both shows plus the already announced Melbourne
This year’s nominations for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize have been announced in London, with the usual eclectic mixture of artists vying for the award, which gets announced in September.
Electro pop band Metronomy have announced their album The English Riviera for a May 6th release. It is the follow up to 2008 release Nights Out A charming ode to the area of Devon coast, UK frontman and producer Joseph Mount, grew up in, The English Riviera is in part a concept album about his
“Clarence Knight chats to Metronomy’s Joseph Mount in anticipation of their appearance at Sydney’s Harbourlife Festival, Australian tour with Temper Trap and forthcoming album release.”
UK electronic outfit Metronomy have just left the country, having toured nationally on the back of the annual Parklife festival.
Metronomy are returning to Australia joining the likes of The Rapture, Junior Boys, Lady Sovereign and many more to form part of the huge Parklife 2009 line-up.