Oxford based band Pixel Fix announce new EP 'Running Thin'. The EP will be released on August 4th and is available in digital and physical formats (including cassette tape).
Following on from last EP 'Fall' the third delivers the distinctive electronic and atmospheric sound the young band have been mastering for the past 18 months. Laced with reverb laden blissful synths, guitar riffs coated with effects and ethereal vocals, 'Running Thin' is set to see Pixel Fix continue to make their unique mark on the music scene.
Lead track 'Lungs' is filled with glitchy guitars, up-tempo beats, dreamy synths, and Marcus' hypnotizing vocals, which all blend together to make a gloriously hook filled track.
Previous radio support for Pixel Fix includes Radio 1's Huw Stephens, Phil & Alice and Jen & Ally, 6 Music's Tom Robinson, XFM's John Kennedy, Jo Good and two week's on the evening playlist.
The band recently supported Young Kato on their UK tour, and Coasts at their London show as well as playing at Dan Croll's album launch . This summer is set to see the band play at a host of festivals such as Greenville (Germany), Truck Festival, Lainfest, Southsea Festival, Wilkestock Festival and OxfordOxford Festival.
Running Thin - EP
July 26th - Greenville, Germany
August 28th - Railway Station, Winchester
August 29th - Wilkestock Festival
September 20th - Southsea Festival
September 27th - OxfordOxford Festival
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