They are a quirky band. A keys player with soaring vocals, a bouncing bassist and a drummer full of disco beats. Their crusade of happiness has earned them a loyal fan base, accolades from BBC Radio 6, and a string of festival shows; now lining up on the same bills as their idols.
Pattern Pusher's highlight of 2019 was performing at Michael Eavis' 8000 cap Pilton Party before Supergrass and Wolf Alice after they won a multi heat contest judged by the man himself.
They have been recognised globally as “ones to watch in 2020” by Sofar Sounds. They’re the only British band to make the shortlist. 'Crazy Enough' and 'Here We Go!' are the first or many singles to come out in 2020, they are also currently writing and recording their debut album.
Before lockdown the band were performing all other the UK and looked forward to playing a packed festival season. To help spread some happiness in this weird time the boys are hosting themed home discos on Zoom every Saturday night, 100s of people have been joining them from all over the world. Pattern Pusher plan to return to playing live shows in Autumn.
"One of the most energetic live shows" GQ magazine
“Strong classic songwriting from start to finish” - Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music)
“Synth-based dance, with outstanding vocals” - Louder Than War