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After two very well received EP’s in; “Is it right?” (2014), & “Spirit Down” (2015) the band took time to regroup in 2016. Singer Haydn became a father, whilst Trevor, Dan, and Cain took time out to travel and explore the world. As life pulled the band members in different directions rushes of creativity would consistently remind the four piece that music making is non-negotiable. A Lightbulb Mind is the first of these rushes to reach completion, with much more to follow over the next 18 months. The track touches on several themes but primarily it discusses the methamphetamine addiction and related psychosis of a close family member of singer Haydn Mansell. A much more honest and organic offering than what has come before, A Lightbulb Mind is a driving, swirling, and cinematic slice of dream rock. The band has had considerable success in achieving national airplay for their past 7 singles , widespread internet acclaim via top taste making blogs, and an ever expanding live reputation which has seen the band play countless festival stages both at home and abroad. But rather than wasting time listing all of that in detail for you to read OMiB would much rather you spend the next 3 minutes and 54 seconds of your life listening to the song. Enjoy! Perth outfit Our Man in Berlin launch their new single 'A Lightbulb Mind' on 18 February at Badlands Bar, Perth with support from: These Winter Nights, Dear Creature, & Big Orange. “A dreamy cross between Foals and Jungle. Really, really great.” – Alex Dyson, TripleJ “Picking up lots of cool UK cues and doing it well.” – Richard Kingsmill, TripleJ “What a gorgeous track. The air in the vocal, and the mix is beautiful. Love it.” – Kyran Wheatley, TripleJ ‘A Lightbulb Mind’ out 3 February via F​irestarter Distribution. CONTACT facebook.com/OurManinBerlin omibmanagement@gmail.com LINKS https://soundcloud.com/ourmaninberlin www.facebook.com/OurManinBerlin
Lanark

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Yes digsy! Yes!

Yes digsy! Yes!

Riley Pearce

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Nice tune Riley! Digging it! Yezza

Nice tune Riley! Digging it! Yezza