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London, England, United Kingdom | SELF

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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2007: 'Horse With No Name' 10" Single (Wall of Sound)
2008: 'Black Moon' Single (Wall of Sound)
'Pacey Singer' Single (Wall of Sound)
'Third Hand Prophecy' Album (Wall of Sound)
'It Must Be Christmas' Single (Wall of Sound)
2009: 'E.P.' Self Released
'Bring Me The Head of A Human Featuring GAGGLE' limited release.



A.HUMAN hail from the Dalston area of London. They tell stories about love, the damned, the strange and everything in-between. Vintage keyboards punctuate soaring triggered samples whilst rolling drums form an epic backdrop to wry and amusing lyrics. They draw influence from the disco soul of DFA and thoughtful dance music of New Order through to the art school originality of Talking Heads and lo-fi electronica of Arthur Russell. Their universally highly praised live performances are as chaotic and unpredictable as they are exceptionally refreshing and thrilling.

The debut album ‘Third Hand Prophecy’ released in the summer of 2008, was heralded as a masterpiece by the British Media. They cemented their appearances in the summers most high profile festivals including Glastonbury, Dot to Dot, Lovebox and a residency at Ibiza’s infamous Ibiza Rocks with ground breaking and unique shows - setting the benchmark for live acts. A.HUMAN were included in the years’ round up of ‘6 Albums You Should Download’ alongside MGMT, Kings of Leon and MIA in Sunday Times Style, and number 4 in the ‘Top 10 Albums of the Year’ in the Independent. Having collaborated with James Yuill, Manumission and The Hayward Gallery, championed by the likes of Paul Smith and Andrew W.K, A.HUMAN are as diverse as they are prolific.

Their career started as a six piece and in early 2009 three members left to pursue personal projects. Throughout that year they experimented with various different line-ups but nothing seemed to click. Exasperated the three sat down together and wrote their call to arms ‘Bring Me The Head of A Human’. The song and visionary video featuring all female choir ‘GAGGLE’ was a spectacular return to form. Receiving plays on Radio 1, XFM, BBC6 Music even though it was never officially released and championed on endless blogs and websites. This was the confirmation the band needed to continue on as fate had left them. They took up residency in a haunted country mansion in Yorkshire and started to work on new music. Their spectacular new material consists of perfectly crafted pop songs performed with a depth and honesty that aims to inspire as you run toward the dance floor.