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“DON’T DENY ME” FEATURED ON FORTHCOMING SOPHOMORE ALBUM, THE ROBOT’S GUIDE TO MUSIC VOL. 2

 

 (LOS ANGELES) — Long Beach, CA based sci-fi indie rock group Fellow Robot have just premiered a new single titled “Don’t Deny Me.” The track, which premiered on Grimy Goods will be released on the band’s sophomore album, The Robot’s Guide the Music Vol. 2, out this April via Donut Sounds Record Co.

“Don’t Deny Me” can be heard on Soundcloud and Spotify.

Lead singer Anthony Pedroza had this to say about the song’s inspiration: “It really bugs me that some people think they know who I am based on what I may or may not post on social media. ‘Don’t Deny Me’ examines the inhuman desire to be loved or liked through our devices and shows how these black mirrors really keep us apart. When the satellites are destroyed and you have no way of pinging your friends, what on Earth are you going to do?”

Fellow Robot released their debut album The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 last Summer via Seattle vinyl imprint Donut Sounds Record Co. The band celebrated the vinyl release of the dystopian concept record with a packed show at Fingerprints in Long Beach. Album cut “Clone Baby,” was also featured in blogger American Pancake’s year end list of “110 Fav(orite) Songs of 2018.” Fans can order The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 on vinyl here.

The follow-up album, The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 2 will drop this April via Donut Sounds Record Co and will feature the recently released “Cemetery Song” and “Golden Man,” among others. To stay current with all things Fellow Robot be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“Don’t Deny Me” on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-977801084/dont-deny-me

“Don’t Deny Me” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0TgOlz40onz5Fh7S4yZExb?si=iCyc_fhRSKyXxxkpD8qUVA

Vol. 1 vinyl purchase link: www.donutsounds.com

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