Flotation Toy Warning new album ’The Machine That Made Us’
Flotation Toy Warning have been stealing hearts with their space-rock-chamber-pop independent sound since the beginning of last decade. Their debut “Bluffers Guide to the Flight Deck” was released worldwide in 2004.
FLOTATION TOY WARNING “The Machine That Made Us” - 1. Controlling the Sea - 2. Due To Adverse Weather Conditions All of My Heroes Have Surrendered - 3. Everything That is Difficult Will Come to an End - 4. A Season Underground - 5. I Quite Like It When He Sings - 6. King of Foxgloves - 7. When the Boat Comes Inside Your House - 8. Driving Under the Influence of Loneliness - 9. To Live for Longer Slides - 10. The Moongoose Analogue.
“At once fascinating and bizarre, Flotation Toy Warning combine traditional folk instruments, murky breakbeats and a hyper-appealing pick-and-mix vocal style in their captivating sonic stew.” Rock Sound
“The quirkiness of The Flaming Lips with a bit of Granddaddy Americana and the production values of Mercury Rev circa ‘Deserter’s Songs’, left to stew in its own dolor just long enough to turn gently maudlin and you have some idea what flying machine test pilots and quirky inventors get up to when they aren’t flying or inventing things. A good record, but definitely not one to listen to before you head out to the pub.” Soundsxp.com
“swirls of guitar, looped samples and beautifully bereft vocals to beguiling lo-fi effect, recalling both DIY Flaming Lips and the glitchyside of Sparklehorse……Buckled but beauteous, psychedelic Victoriana with beats” Time Out