April 12, 2024

Robots In Love premiere ‘Unbreakable’ video on Side-Line


Robots In Love premiere 'Unbreakable' video on Side-Line

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“Unbreakable” is the new industrial rock video and remix EP from New Zealand’s Robots In Love, led by Elenor Rayner. Elenor Rayner explains the meaning of teh single as follows: “‘Unbreakable’ is about how we feel the minute we walk on stage. It’s about being in the place where you feel at your strongest, and connecting with other people to increase that strength.”

The three-track EP release also includes an EBM remix by Elenor and a dance remix by drummer Alex Burchell. Below is the video.

Musically speaking Robots In Love bring a mix of electro rock fusing the raw energy of live drums, bass and guitar with electronics. They incorporate everything from moody, sensuous grooves to rock, techno, EBM, jungle, punk, industrial, alt pop, goth and electro.

Elenor Rayner (vocalist/producer) has credits on more than 70 releases as producer, vocalist or remixer and has toured throughout Europe, USA, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. On this release she is joined by Alex Burchell (drums) who is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist. As part of a symphonic orchestra, he recently played to a crowd of 20,000 in Christchurch, supporting The Chemical Brothers. Also part of the band is Tony Lumsden (bass), a highly regarded session musician who has toured with a plethora of musicians including Hello Sailor, Shona Laing and Rikki Morris. Last but not least there is Brett Lemmon (guitar), a former London-based guitarist/songwriter. He has worked with world renowned producers Hugh Padgham, Mike Chapman and Adrian Bushby and artists including Ellie Goulding and F.K.A. Twigs.

Robots In Love have released three EPs and tracks on several compilations, and routinely play live around New Zealand and Australia.

The new EP is available now.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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