Sad Robot has a unique 3 person wall of sound, enabling them to create their own voice in the indie rock scene. This is a band about the people. With a knack for writing anthemic songs that touch on human themes of hope, change and the search for identity, they are skilled at communicating an uplifting message of hope and strength. They deal in emotionally raw rock, and as a three-piece outfit, that sounds far bigger and more powerful than they could ever hope to look. As the band releases their full length 2012 album, 1.0, they seem to have found both their voice, and a higher calling. With songs like, Hold On, recently featured on Fox's hit show, 'Bones'; Sad Robot has had a great start upon the release of 1.0.
Songs like Sing, God Damn the Man and The Prostitute, represent a fight or die trying audience, giving the listener a musical outlet relating to today's global and emotional frustrations, while other songs like Hold On and Automatic Reset, give you a sense of hope and inspiration and the need to start over. Other tracks on the album such as How Does it Feel and The Obeah Man are more personal and painfully honest. Every song on this album represents the whole being greater than the sum of its parts and becomes an emotionally fun journey from track to track.
For updates and to get to know Sad Robot more, follow them on Twitter and Facebook @ mysadrobot as well as www.mysadrobot.com and come see their live high energy stage show and unique musical style!