The Mars Patrol
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The Mars Patrol

London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Band Pop Rock




"Festival Must-sees"

the kind of upbeat anthems that ought to make them one of this summer's festival must-sees! - News of the World

"Tipped for the top"

"Tipped for the top" - News Of The World (UK)

"Hardest working band"

"One of the hardest working bands on the scene, they know how to get a crowd going. Great original material for a young, and unsigned band." - The Scotsman (Scotland, UK)

"Scotland's best guitarist & singer"

"Ross is surely one of Scotland's best guitar players. And Davina Divine is not only the best singer's name since Adam Ant but is also a fantastic singer." - Daily Record (Scotland's most read daily publication)

"Polished & pro"

"TMP sound polished, professional and bloody good." - XFM - commercial radio (Scotland)

"Before they hit stadiums..."

"Try to catch them now before they hit the stadiums" - Daily Record (Scotland's most read daily publication)

"Freshest sounds..."

"The Mars Patrol has one of the freshest sounds with greatest vocals I’ve heard in years." - Independent Nation Radio (Tennessee)

"Original without swaying..."

"Great music without swaying to any influence." - The Wax Conspiracy (Australia)


"Attention-getting sound comprised of driving rhythms, great lyrics and hooks, and good old- fashioned musical intercourse." - Chicago Music Guide (Chicago, IL)


Landline (EP) 2011
Making Memories (EP) 2010



FOLLOWING the success of their performance on the BBC's Introducing Stage at the T in the Park music festival last year and the release of their critically-acclaimed Nashville-recorded EP 'Landline' - that saw the band win over journalists, DJs and musical peers with their brand of passionate pop-rock - THE MARS PATROL can now reveal plans for their much-anticipated follow-up EP which will be completed with Grammy Nominated Producer/Mixer, Tim Palmer.

Landline was recorded at the home of country music (Nashville, Tennessee), mixed by Jon Bailey (Coldplay, Radiohead, Travis) at London's Air Studios, and mastered in Los Angeles by Grammy award-winner, Brian Gardner (Michael Jackson, Eminem, Linkin Park), the results are exactly what you would expect: a slick, masterly produced, high-octane explosion of carefully crafted power-pop pomp.

Indeed, the group's instantly accessible lead single THAT'S WHAT YOU GET hits you like a flashing meteorite. Telling the story of lead singer Davina Divine's journey to make something good happen in a bad world crushed by negativity; the cosy, lyrical vibes are subtly complimented by guitarist Ross Nelson's fuzzy-warm guitar sound. The perfect accompaniment for those long, dark winter nights ahead, it not only gleams like a diamond in an ice-storm, it's shinier than a star within the brightest constellation.