Enjoy Week 4's offering!
Enjoy Week 4's offering!
Futurewife is a new project from DROMA Records. The project has been driven by the lyrics and songwriting of myself Sophie Bret Tasker, with music also created by my brother Jack Tasker.
I’ve spent the last year of my life channelling my experiences into this succinct collision of of electronic expression and catchy pop sensibilities. It would not have been possible, or anywhere near as fun, without my brother Jack and the brilliant Tom Bath of UTC Studios, Stoke.
Recording was done at DROMA Records, with mixing and mastering provided by long time collaborators UTC. The debut EP ‘Nicest Day’ will be released on Valentine's Day 2018.
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The last wholly original piece we put out was Wolf Party over a year ago. We're very different people to who we were then, so it was high time some new music landed.
Heart that Bleeds and Baby Keep Walking (feat Nixon Tate) are pounding summer tunes. Download them by going to our Bandcamp page and let us know what you think. They will also be on all streaming sites.
The last piece of completely new music we released was Wolf Party, a year ago. We've been busy since then gigging and releasing our retrospective E.P Five Years of Fuzz. Now we're back with two new songs; Heart that Bleeds and Baby Keep Walking, the latter featuring a guest vocal from Nixon Tate.
Heart that Bleeds will be released on Wednesday 2 August via DROMA Records.
We also have a little treat to give to you before then, but more about that next week...
We're five today.
It's a bit of a mental concept to swallow. We've been recording, gigging, writing, singing, making friends, get stressed, dreaming for half a decade. To celebrate we're releasing a retrospective EP called 'Five Years of Fuzz' - it's got re-recorded versions of some of our old classics.
We've had some amazing highs, some shattering lows, but we wouldn't change a thing. We're incredibly thankful to all the musicians who have played with us over the years, especially Sarah Pickwell and Jack Rennie. We'd also like to say two massive thank you's, the first one to Gary Wilcox, for believing in the band, always supporting it and making us feel part of something bigger. Secondly, we'd like to say thanks to our families for always supporting our efforts (big shout out to Adrian - who has been to more Taskers gigs than the band.)
Thank you to everyone who has come to a show, bought a CD and followed our journey. We've got lots of treats lined up over the coming weeks so stick with us.
Click here to read a review by the awesome REBEL and get hold of our retrospective EP 'Five Years of Fuzz.'
(Available on Spotify, iTunes and most streaming services)