The Perfects Future Automatic

After last year’s leaking of their debut LP Future Automatic, The Perfects are gearing up for the highly anticipated re-release in Spring 2010. Releasing the album via FU Records, the Baltimore musicians will be including two new songs, remixes from top DJs, and a few more surprises to keep listeners on their feet.

Founding member Ric Peters started The Perfects in 2005, resulting in a four-piece group that has the ability to meld futuristic sounds with the melodic core of yesterday. Heading into the studio with producer Nic Hard in 2006 (The Bravery, The Church), The Perfects came back with their self-titled EP that won over critics and new fans alike. Pairing with Nic Hard once again for Future Automatic, along with notable industry icons such as top Billboard charting DJ Richard Vission and Grammy award winner Chris Vrenna (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson), the collaboration resulted in an album sure to stimulate the eardrums and send people to the dance floor, while still maintaining its artist integrity.

Rather than battling the leak, The Perfects have followed the footsteps of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails and will continue to keep the album free for download. “Why fight it?” Ric Peters reasoned, “I’d rather give the fans what they want. The fact that there’s a demand for my album is flattering.” Future Automatic will still be available on iTunes and Amazon for fans that want to make a contribution to the bands’ musical endeavors.


3 Responses to “The Perfects Future Automatic”

  1. Courtney Cruz Says:

    I just downloaded this a day ago. I love it!!!! Reminds me of New Order and Cut Copy (but better).

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