Exeter indie-pop band Pattern Pusher have today released their new single, 'Come Along', an indie funk/soul track that is bursting with positive energy.
Prior to last year when the music world ground to a halt, the soulful three-piece band supported Wolf Alice and enjoyed several festival appearances, including a performance on the main stage at Bearded Theory.
'Come Along' is the band's first release in over a year, after busying themselves recording new material in that time. Produced by John Waddell (Kylie Minogue) and mixed by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters), this new single sounds crisp and lively; a fusion of funk and soul that is memorable.
Alex Johnstone is the vocalist (and plays the keys) while Benny G is on bass and Benny C performs on the drums - all three are clearly talented musicians - the vocal here is ear catching, the bass a driving force from the get go couple with the accompanying beat.
“We are so excited to be able to finally share the new music that we have been working on with the world. We have a renewed spring in our step and we are marching into 2021 with positivity and excitement”.
Pattern Pusher are colourful, positive and energetic, three traits that are certainly reflected in their music. Very much a live band, they performed the new single live for the first time at the recent 'Music Feeds' event which caught the attention of industry peers - with the band recently signing a management deal. 'Come Along' is just the tonic after a hell of a year.
'Come Along' is out today on all major streaming platforms and can be streamed below. The band also have several tour dates scheduled - click here for more information.