Numbers Are Futile

Synths, samples and drums weave a soundtrack for dreams of liberation, in a universe where a subsonic bass is the ruler and a human voice floats above and beyond.


“Numbers are Futile have clearly achieved that rare mind-altering power that we often dub ‘psychedelic’, without banking on handy signposts like wah pedals or drug references. 8/10” (Drowned in Sound)
“Spacey, fuzzy electronica, full of cascading synths, juddering, tribal drums and faraway vocals singing of fire and oblivion.”
☆☆☆☆ (The List)
“A truly unique listening experience” (Sly Vinyl)
“Errors, Steve Reich, Tangerine Dream and Vangelis flash past the windscreen as adrenaline injections pummel the heart over and over again.” (Sunday Herald)
“Unusual, unique and very interesting” (Vic Galloway, BBC Radio Scotland)
“A very interesting atmospheric record” (Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6)
“A true kaleidoscope of sound” (Podcart)
“I was blown away. I found them utterly arresting” (Through the Wire)



Home City: Edinburgh

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