Out of Body Auto Message

Out of Body Auto Message

Friday, 24 May 2019, 9.00am

THUMPER are a noise-pop sextet from Dublin.

In May, THUMPER released their debut studio EP entitled “Out of Body Auto-Message” (produced by Daniel Fox of Girl Band) to a sold out show in Dublin’s Lost Lane, before embarking on a 3 month festival tour which included headline and high profile slots at Primavera (Barcelona), Knockanstockan, Body&Soul, Electric Picnic and many more.

The latter half of 2019 saw the band complete their first headline tour of the UK, inc sold-out shows in London and Bristol, before finally return to Dublin for their second homecoming sell-out of the year in The Grand Social.

With work already begun on their hotly anticipated debut LP, and a slot at Netherlands’ Eurosonic already planned for early 2020, THUMPER will land into their biggest UK tour yet with a swell of anticipation.

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Comments

Shannon McNamee
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Noisy, upbeat and distorted
After ahaving seen THUMPER perform at festivals a few times, I was eager to hear this EP once I knew of its release. The 5 track EP is the Dublin six piece's first EP, having previously released a few of its songs as singles, including 'Down' and 'In My Room'. THUMPER really are a band that need to be seen live to fully appreciate their brash, yet well-executed style of play, though if you haven't seen them yet, this EP is a good place to start. The first track is 'Down', a fast-paced tune with 'shouty' vocals, significant bass and prominent percussion, though this recurs through most of their tracks, given they have two drummers. This is a short and snappy insight into THUMPER's style of pop rock which is upbeat, and features lots of distortion and lyrics you'll be singing along to by the end.
Nov 22, 2019

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