Archive have a long history, their musical journey has included multiple vocal collaborations and a changing sound that has kept their fans and friends enraptured and enthralled.
Already established European festival headliners (and colossally popular in France, Poland, Germany and Greece). the truth is that this formidable collective are from South London, pillared by the writing and performing talents of Darius Keeler and Danny Griffiths and bolstered by the guitar and vocal attack of co-composers Pollard Berrier and Dave Pen.
Blending the elegantly soulful voice of Maria Q into the mix ensures that the unique sound Archive make is bound by neither place, time nor genre.
Their fearlessness allows them to combine ambitious structure, ageless melody and relentless rhythm. That they exist outside of fashion and defy flavour-of-the-month categorisation allows them to explore the outer reaches of electronic rock as we know it.
Archive play The Scala on October 10th in London
Things We Lost In The Fire (VEVO UK LIFT Presents: Live at Koko)
The Same Love That Made Me Laugh (audio)
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The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
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