Driven by a roaring engine of jungle percussion, guitars and horns rising above the fray, Brown muses that Automatic is perhaps a taste of what is to come "We spent a lot of time on making beat cycles and percussion arrangements, I love music that is built from the rhythm up"
"We didn't stew on Automatic much, it started with a sample from a collection of vinyl breaks i've hoarded. Suited horns and big riffs. Perfect for Eagle..." Brown explains.
It only seems fitting then, that Automatic shares the wax with a B-side cover of Avalanches classic 'Electricity', a favourite of Brown's "I'm a massive fan, from the cassettes, to El Producto all the way through to Since I Left You"
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