Bronze Medallists debut single 'Mathematics' will be released physically on July 4th 2011, and digitally on July 6th 2011, through Tape Club Records.
Based in East London, Bronze Medallists formed two years ago in 2009 and consists of: Olly Price, Ben Ferrari, Olly Sheppard and Luke Roberts. Prior to the band's formation, Olly and Ben had toured and recorded with the 'industry's finest in their previous projects'. Their sound, according to Tape Club Records website, is described as 'a predominant use of electronics and the decision to use guitars 'whenever they want to', rather than as standard... with little consideration for current trends in production'. Outside of Bronze Medallists, Olly and Ben also produce for other artists such as Lulu and the Lampshades, Emmy the Great, Von D and The Feeling.
The video for 'Mathematics' was directed by David Higgs and tells the tale of two 'screen-heads'. The B-side, 'Binary Girl', is about falling in love through and with iPod and laptop screens and our obsession with technology.
Bronze Medallists frequently tour the UK and European circuit and have played with bands such as Boy Mandeville, Tristram, Lulu and the Lampshades, Stricken City and Alessis Ark.
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