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*They released their first EP entitled "Left for Dead" a month after forming (late 2005)
*In the summer of 2006 a rare double A-side, 7-inch vinyl "Not tonight/1000 yard stare" was released through Dirty Tricks Records to critical acclaim
*They’ll soon be releasing their new single

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Dead Pixels are 5 black spots on the bright screen of the city. Peddlers of an alternative emotion and man-handlers of groove, they have an engagement with the bright lights and it's on their own terms. They give pop a darker, sexier new sensibility, admirably avoiding the usual sonic pigeonholes.

Formed in late 2005 and originally made up of Danish singer Lone Blomhoj, Diesel U-Music Award-winning producer & guitarist Graeme Gaughan and Peter "Bateman" Simmons on bass. They released their first EP entitled "Left for Dead" a month after forming. In the summer of 2006 a rare double A-side, 7-inch vinyl "Not tonight/1000 yard stare" was released through Dirty Tricks Records to critical acclaim, followed by a stream of UK and European shows.
In 2007 Dead Pixels felt the need to go back to what they know best, musically delving into the darker sounds of their earlier material for inspiration while putting more emphasis on melody and lyrically wearing their hearts on their sleeves. With an expanding sound also comes the need to expand the live set up, so in the summer of 2007 Egyptian born sonic artist Nuha and in 2008 French toucher Damîen C. Wilde joined to add more synths, textures, percussion and vocals...
Upcoming single "So you say", produced by Sneaker Pimps’ founder Liam Howe, sounds like Depeche Mode on speed fighting with Siouxsie and the Banshees. It’s industrial electro-pop that bangs like an old factory door… 

Female angst dominates the lyrics and shows the haul-marks of wear n tear in a relationship from one too many excuses. "Its quite simple really" says Lone "you know when its just never going to change and you want that person to get the fuck out"… It's a feeling a lot of us can associate with, but not many of us can sum it up in a 4-minute sonic argument of pounding guitars and electronic mish-mash.
Add to that The Rakes drummer Lasse Petersen who makes a guest appearance to layer the electronic beats with his trademark thumping live percussion. With this addition Dead Pixels sound harder, faster and moodier than ever before…

They’ll soon be releasing their new single.. stay tuned! www.myspace.com/DeadPixelsMusic