INTRODUCING: SUNBEAM SOUND MACHINE, NEW DOT DASH / REMOTE CONTROL SIGNING

Introducing Sunbeam Sound Machine, the moniker of 23 year old Melbourne musician Nick Sowersby.

Nick began writing and recording music in his mid-teens, singing and playing guitar in various bands over the past five years. He formed Sunbeam Sound Machine this year.

Sunbeam Sound Machine will digitally release their first Double EP on 29 November via Dot Dash / Remote Control.

Written and recorded at Nick’s parents’ Seaford home, first EP One is a raw-sounding, playful collection of songs. The self-titled second EP is more insular, dreamlike and cohesive, recorded at him homes in Fairfield and Collingwood.

Live, Sunbeam Sound Machine is a 5-piece outfit, expanding and improvising on the recorded versions of the songs.

Sunbeam Sound Machine live band:
Nick Sowersby: Guitar and Vocals
Lochy Funston: Drums
Jeffrey Bartels: Bass
David Cameron: Guitar
Sophie Treloar: Vocals

Sunbeam Sound Machine play a residency at the Tote in Melbourne every Thursday in November (7th, 14th, 21st, 28th). Playing dreamy pop tunes from the forthcoming EP’s, Sunbeam Sound Machine will be supported by Nick Allbrook (Pond, Allbrook/Avery, ex-Tame Impala) at the first show tonight.

‘Cosmic Love Affair ‘ is the first single from Sunbeam Sound Machine.

Listen below.

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