London-based trio Whales In Cubicles have released a brand new track 'Golden Medal' this November, ahead of their debut album release on January 27th 2014.
Founded by frontman Stef Bernardi, Whales in Cubicles are the product of a soul-searching expedition that saw Bernardi travel from his home in Italy throughout the United States. The line-up was made complete with a chance encounter in Washington D.C. between Bernardi and fellow members Alex and Jamie, before the group found their home in the UK.
Since releasing the debut single 'We Never Win' in 2012, Whales In Cubicles have carved out a distinctive niche within the UK music scene, creating complex but often minimalist soundscapes that owe more to 90's alternative rock than psychedelia. With strong support from Clash, The Fly, The Independent, and major attention from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and XFM's John Kennedy, Whales In Cubicles have had a busy year that has seen them head out in support of Future Of The Left, Tribes, Turbowolf and Dinosaur Pile-Up in the lead up to their forthcoming debut album.
Recorded at Monnow Valley Studio with producer Nick Mailing and mixed by Simon Barnicott, Whales In Cubicles debut album will be released on January 27th via CLUB.THE.MAMMOTH records.
'Golden Medal' is available now as a free download.
Nov 14th - BOURNEMOUTH - 60 Million Postcards (w/ Future Of The Left)
Dec 08th - MANCHESTER - Sound Control
Dec 09th - SHEFFIELD - The Harley
Dec 10th - BRIGHTON - Green Door Store
Dec 11th - BRISTOL - Start The Bus
Jan 28th - NEWCASTLE - Digital
Jan 29th - EDINBURGH - Sneaky Pete's
Jan 30th - GLASGOW - Nice N Sleazy
Jan 31st - LEEDS - A Nation of Shopkeepers
Feb 01st - MANCHESTER - Night & Day Café
Feb 05th - LEICESTER - The Cookie Jar
Feb 06th - BATH - Moles Club
Feb 07th - BRIGHTON - Prince Albert
Feb 13th - LONDON - Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Feb 14th - BOURNEMOUTH - 60 Million Postcards
Feb 15th - BRISTOL - Start The Bus
Feb 22nd - READING - Oakford Social Club
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This year's Rotterdam event was definitely one to remember.