We Are Scientists release a very listenable album

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We Are Scientists

BONUS: "After Hours" Video
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"No animals - human or otherwise - were hurt
during the filming of this music video"

On their second album, We Are Scientists hope to surprise a lot of people - - the same way they did with their 2005 debut, "Love and Squalor." Back then the band was a three-piece. Keith Murray (guitar & lead vocals) and Chris Cain (bass & backing vocals) were faced with some changes last fall when long-time drummer Michael Tapper left the group. The two founding members have since failed to name a replacement but have added touring drummers and keyboardists to round out their sound. The results, so far, are mostly very positive. The new record; "Brain Thrust Mastery" has only been in my CD player for a few days but I have definitely liked what I have heard. Just check out the upbeat, rolling sound of "After Hours;" Indie Pop has never sounded so good!

We Are Scientists is on tour in Europe through August. Check the Dates.

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Joel said…
Same here, I really like the new cd alot.

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