Swedish electropop masters Machinista return with their brand new single Pain of Every Day, released on Friday 16th of December.
Due to be their final release with AnalogueTrash, Pain of Every Day is an expertly crafted tale of sadness and loss, and how we can deal with those emotions by understanding that we're not alone, because everyone goes through the same thing at some point in their lives.
Echoing and evolving the sound of their critically acclaimed albums Xenoglossy and Garmonbozia, here we get a glimpse at the next stage of Machinista's development as a band who are at the very top of their creative game.
As well as the title track, the single also includes exclusive remixes from electronic legends Assemblage 23, Cyborgdrive and Oren Amram, plus two alternative versions of the song that are bursting with character and unique appeal.
The single is released in a limited edition transparent red cassette version and will be available via all good download and streaming services.
released December 16, 2016
John Lindqwister - vocals, lyrics
Richard Flow - music
Original song written, mixed and produced by Machinista
supported by 11 fans who also own “Pain of Every Day”
This is such a great album, I listen to it all the time these days. The arrangement on the tracks is a bit more like on older albums such as Storm or Meta and a lot of tracks really hit the nail on the head because they have the right mix of longing and happiness in them, which is something that I missed on Bruise, but here it is again. Congratulations on a fine piece of work! Wurzelwerk