From the fertile, tight-knit punk scene of Exeter, Devon, The Computers relocated to the San Diego home of former Rocket From The Crypt front man John “Speedo” Reis to record their first album in 2011. Completed in just four days, they recorded it live to tape with no overdubs and released the results of those sessions in the form of debut LP ‘This Is The Computers’. Renowned for their exuberant live shows, they soon hit the Radio 1 Playlist with their ‘Music Is Dead’ single.
The band returned in 2013, sharp-suited, drenched in Brylcreem and full of swagger. The 11 track follow up ‘Love Triangles Hate Squares’ was released in April 2013, with single ‘Disco Sucks’ receiving great reviews and plays on XFM and Radio 1. Recorded with producer Mark Neill (Black Keys) in Valdosta, Georgia the album mixes the band’s love of rock and roll, blues, soul and the energy of punk rock.
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