Outfit emerged in 2011 under a cloud of mystery, mostly hailing from the Wirral, and living together in one big house in the city of Liverpool. The band began to write songs about feeling alienated in a crowd – dark, disenfranchised mini-narratives that have led to the band being hailed as ones to watch by Abeano, The Guardian, Dazed and many more.
Debut single ‘Two Islands’ is the bands calling card and mission statement, a near-seven minute euphoric pop song with soaring vocals and synths all underpinned by subtle electronics. The B-side to the single is ‘Vehicles’, a slow drawling mutant-funk song crowded with yet more warm electronics and deft touches.
As well as playing a baton passing show at Liverpool’s famous St. George’s Hall with Ladytron the band quickly sold out their debut London show. They now return to play a headline spot at London’s Cargo.
“They might be downcast, but we, frankly, couldn’t be more excited.” The Guardian
“Perfectly creepy and deliciously dark” Abeano on ‘Two Islands’
“Outfit have got confidence and anthemic singles in spades… Liverpool’s best new band’ NME
electro gothic pop duo from The Sounds of Sweet Nothing Records (Gross Nagic, Tashaki Miyaki…)
and RED KITE