29 Apr 2013

The Computers’ long awaited second album ‘Love Triangles Hate Squares’ is out today! To celebrate the release, the band will play a string of free in-store shows at record shops around the country throughout this week starting at Rough Trade East tonight. Buy the album from Rough Trade beforehand to get a wristband for the show. The band are on at 7pm.

Love Triangles Hate Squares is one of Amazon’s albums of the week meaning that you can download it for a limited time for £3.99. Click here to buy.

Produced by Mark Neill (Black Keys), Love Triangles Hate Squares was recorded in Georgia in the US and showcases a progression from the band’s first album. Whilst retaining the energy and urgency of their punk roots, the new record embraces their love of melody and soul with nods to Elvis Costello, The Jam and the Small Faces as well as contemporary blues and pop.

Click here for a list of available store deals.

The second single from the album, also called ‘Love Triangles, Hate Squares’, is out now on limited 7” vinyl and download.

Having already made a quick-stop tour of the UK in January, The Computers will embark on a headlining UK tour in May followed by a string of summer festivals.

Click here for a full list of upcoming live dates.


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