Are you ready for Calling All Astronauts ?

29 Oct

Calling All Astronauts are politically charged Alt/Rock 3-piece that take their DIY ethics so seriously they have even built their own studio, featuring vocalist/programmer/producer David B, ex Caffeine guitarist J Browning and bassist Kristi Bury.

They have opened for Roger Daltrey, Echo & The Bunnymen, PWEI and A Place To Bury Strangers they also headlined and sold out, Alan Magee‘s Death2Disco at Notting Hill Arts Club.

Their debut single “Someone Like You” was played on numerous rock shows globally, they have also been guests on BBC 6 Music’s Introducing with Tom Robinson and Ireland’s RTE “Culture Café” The video of Someone Like You has so far received over 40,000 views on youtube. The “Guitars At 11 mix” of “Someone Like You” are featured on the covermount CD in the March ’12 issue of Big Cheese Magazine, in a feature within the magazine they compared them to NIN, Mindless Self Indulgence & Marilyn Manson .


Their follow up single “Winter Of Discontent” was released on June 2012 and also gained a considerable amount radio play including BBC 6Music, RTE, Q Radio, Amazing Radio and great reviews.

The third CAA single “What’s So Good?” is scheduled for release on December 2nd features an outstanding remix by Echoboy Bounce looks set to finally secure them that much sought after commodity, daytime airplay.

Their debut album “Post Modern Conspiracy” in out in February with two further singles following in March and May. They have already been confirmed for 2 major festivals in 2013.

Photo © Tina Korhonen 2008

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Posted by on October 29, 2012 in Goth, etc.


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