London electronic band The Caulfield Beats are scheduled to unleash their highly-anticipated debut EP 'Garage Electronics Vol. I' on March 4th 2013 through Antwerp's brand new Noise Praise label. Ahead of its release, they unveil a trippy music video for their new single 'Glitch Glitch Flame'.
The video is a colourful montage of images from bikini babes to polar bears to abandoned buildings probably all representative of something or other. As random and thought provoking as this collage of colour is, it suits the song down to a tee with its '80s electro vibes, repetitive sampled vocals and generally chaotic composition.
The trio are Lawrence Northall, Molly Dixon and Charlotte Northall and their successes have already included spots at Cambridgeshire's Secret Garden Party music festival, Brighton's Great Escape festival and Xpress festival at the Eden Project in Cornwall as well as a support slot alongside Civil Civic. They have also received numerous radio plays and even blog coverages over the last two years from Loud and Quiet, Collapse Board and Artrocker, so it's no wonder they have started on a second EP already as well as a debut album and some singles what with all this interest and demand for their tunes.
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