BERRIES have dropped their incredible new single ‘We Are Machines’. It is available to listen to on all major streaming platforms!
BERRIES shared a love for music and connected quickly as friends and musicians. With Holly on guitar and vocals, Lauren on bass and Licoe on drums, together they made a constant effort trying to find their sound. 2018 saw them release their first big single ‘Discreetly’.
With their vibe firmly set in stone, this lead to the 2019 release their four track EP ‘Lies’ with its’ snappy one word track list.
When discussing the new track, the band said:
“It is a song about struggling in a demanding society and being exploited by people who have little empathy or concern for your well-being. The song touches on how we are forced to become machines, trying to maintain an impossible level of perfection and how we need to fight against this. Admitting we are only human and finding the strength to stand up and push for balance and rights. In turn, becoming a different type of machine.”
The music video for ‘We Are Machines’ really touches on the meaning of the track, with sudden visuals of feeling alone and trying to fit in. The video also shows incredible live performance from BERRIES, full of energy and good vibes.
They trio really are a pleasure to watch in the midst of their clear passion for music.
Overall, ‘We Are Machines’ is a classic sounding track with relatable lyrics met with an impeccable clash of instruments. BERRIES’ musical timing is second to none, and fans can’t wait to see what the future brings.
BERRIES are currently heading out to Germany to support The Subways. The live gigs don’t stop there, with their own tour beginning in October later this year. You can find the tour dates below:
19th October – Nottingham, Bodega
20th October – Bristol, Mr Wolf’s
21st October – Hull, The Adelphi
22nd October – Leeds, Santiago Bar
25th October – Manchester, Gulliver’s
26th October – London, Oslo
9th November- Newcastle, Cluny
10th November – Glasgow, Drygate
11th November – Sheffield, Leadmill
12th November – Manchester, Gorilla
23rd November – Oxford, O2 Academy 2
24th November – Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
25th November – Bournemouth, Old Fire Station
26th November – London, Islington Assembly Hall
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