UK electronic band STILLS release new EP


STILLS got together in 2011 at a party at Saint Martins college of Art – tired of the endless stream of guitar bands he had been playing in Felix decided to form a hybrid parts – think: Massive Attack / Magnetic Man of his influences. Free of the constraints of a typical bands line up – and now free to concentrate on his array of analogue synths, STILLS were to be a mash up of different sounds

Andree had been studying at St Martins a few years back alongside Tom Vek – and developed her song writing talents to match Felix’s musicianship and production skills.

First things – start as they mean to go on, so STILLS where fortunate enough to have their initial track (UR Mine) remixed by non other than Groove Armada.
Following this Tom Findlay (one half of GA) offered up a second remix of UR Mine.


Follow STILLS:
Facebook: Facebook.com/ST1LLS
Twitter: @ST1LLS
Soundcloud: Soundcloud.com/WeAreSTILLS
Tumblr: WeAreStills.Tumblr.com
Mixmag: Review on Mixmag.net

This lead to initial conversations with the Insanity group (which broke and mange DJ Fresh) which in turn lead to STILLS next track RAIN feature backing vocals by Saint Saviour (AEG / Groove Armada – Paper Romance).

Following features in Mixmag and Music Week

STILLS release their debut EP in June 2013 through Recreation Records (My Computer Stalwart Andy Chester (John Leckie / Creation Records)

STILLS played the NME awards tour after show party this year – opening for Django Django and Palma Violets & have been added to this years STANDON CALLING festival – alongside AlunaGeorge, Bastille and De La Soul.

Various other festival dates announced on Tumblr

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