MODERN ERROR release new single ‘It’s Just A Feeling’

MODERN ERROR release new single ‘It’s Just A Feeling’, from their forthcoming debut album, ‘Victim Of A Modern Age’released Jan 21st!

Photo Credit: Ashlea Bea

Modern Error have today released a brand new single, ‘It’s Just A Feeling’, taken from their long-awaited debut album, ‘Victim Of A Modern Age’, will is released on January 21st 2022 on Rude Records.

To me, It’s Just A Feeling, encapsulates Modern Error as it’s never been heard before.” says Zak Pinchin. “The song stems from finding your own self revolution in the noise and chaos of modern times; finding your purpose whilst reflecting on the world as we know it and seeing it for what it is. Leaving the world behind to experience something new. From trauma to euphoria.”

MODERN ERROR – ‘It’s Just A Feeling’ (Official Music Video)

 

VICTIM OF A MODERN AGE

It is a truth universally acknowledged: life is about balance. The duality of light and shade; the interior and the exterior; the social and the personal. Thesis, anthesis and, perhaps, eventual synthesis.

For twin brothers and creative foils Zak and Kel Pinchin, the understanding of that polarity is a lifetime in the making, on their band Modern Error’s debut album ‘Victim Of A Modern Age’ it is both a powerful provocation and the heart of a central question about the way in which we live our lives.

“We’ve always had this idea about Modern Error, this desire to make a statement through the band about how we view the state of the world,” offers vocalist Zak.

To that end ‘… Modern Age’ is a profoundly conceptual record, one divided into mirroring halves; each executed with an ambition and precision that so often eludes bands many albums deep into their careers, let alone those self-producing their first significant body of work.

The first half of ‘…Modern Age’ represents a bold Icarian flight into the tempting light of the digital life which we now all live, then its second chapter marks the inevitable crash into the sea. Our narrators’ meditation on the essential hollowness many of us suffer under in our current cultural and social set ups.

“The second half of the record is about being in a space that doesn’t feel quite like reality, about questioning what reality means to you and what you live for,” notes Zak. “It’s almost a between life and death existence, like a biblical reincarnation, a state of evolution.”

“We want you to have to listen to the record all the way through,” says Kel. “That’s getting lost in a single-based age, but I love listening to albums as bodies of work and if we can have some hand in bringing that back then fuck it, why not. It’s a debut record. You only get that one chance to make that first impression.”

And with ‘… Modern Age’ an impression is certainly what they have made. After all, theirs is a narrative that self-evidently and unashamedly draws from a rich vein of bigger-picture thinkers: encompassing the cinematic work of Kubrick and Aaronofsky, the philosophical cut and thrust of Nietzsche and beyond. An all-to-rare commitment to the idea that art can stand for something bigger than itself. Combine that with a superlative blend of stadium-bothering rock and post-punk abrasiveness and it is clear that Modern Error are, in almost every conceivable way, a band tailor made for our times.

VICTIM OF A MODERN AGE
1) [I] Modern Age
2) Error Of The World
3) A Vital Sign
4) Exit Obscured / Restricted To The Earth
5) Curtain Call
6) Something Broken, Somewhat Isolated
7) Lull
8) [II] Human Error
9) The Truest Blue
10) Feels Like Violence
11) Only One
12) It’s Just A Feeling
13) Euphoria/ Visions Of Ecstasy
14) New Age Vibrance
Pre-Save ‘Victim Of A Modern Age’ here:

Modern Error tour the UK with Loathe in December, with dates below:

DECEMBER 2021
09 GLASGOW Classic Grand
10 LIVERPOOL Arts Club
11 BIRMINGHAM Asylum
12 SHEFFIELD Foundry
14 BRISTOL Fleece
15 BOURNEMOUTH Old Fire Station
17 BRIGHTON Patterns
18 LONDON Lafayette

As well as their recently announced appearance at next year’s Download Festival.

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