Chicago’s noise/math-rock trio Lower Automation have just shared a new track off their impending new EP “Shoebox Companion”, due out on July 27th.
Titled “Phil and Phyllis Philler” this new song is now streaming via Itdjents, who commented “The track opens with frenetic vocals and rhythms a la` The Dillinger Escape Plan, and then quickly turns more melodic and atmospheric. The twists and turns never really stop throughout the duration of the song.”
The follow-up to 2015’s debut EP “Maps” was recorded and produced by Lower Automation and mastered by Collin Jordan at Boiler Room Mastering. Pre-orders are now available at this location.
In order to promote this new release live, Lower Automation is setting up across the US. Check out the confirmed dates below.
7/20 – Subterranean Downstairs, Chicago, IL *Release show*
8/2 – Tree Bar, Columbus, OH
8/3 – Scotty’s, Erie, PA
8/4 – House show, Pennsauken, NJ
8/5 – House show, Baltimore, MD
8/6 – House show, DC
8/7 – Charlie’s American Cafe, Norfolk, VA
8/8 – El Cortez, Brooklyn, NY
8/9 – TBA
8/10 – Blank Slate, Elyria, OH