‘Shakey’ is Pattern Pusher’s second single, following debut ‘Lose Myself’. Pattern Pusher like to make fun music, however ‘Shakey’ was inspired by a not-so-fun night watching a terrible Bowie Tribute act (the type with a garageband backing track.) “We ditched the gig, going home humming melodies and tapping out beats on our chests. Alex found lyrical inspiration in an old London friend, who rebelled against his strict Christian upbringing to live a hedonistic life of partying.”
Pattern Pusher (Alex Johnstone - Vocalist/Keyboardist, Benjamin Conibear - Drummer, Ben Green Guitars/Synths) strive to achieve immersive music that breaks the boundaries between sight and sound. Electrifying visuals with synth melodies combined with an attention grabbing on-stage energy, no-one would guess the trio originated in little old Devon.
Early Pattern Pusher tracks were produced by the legendary John Cornfield (Muse, Oasis, Supergrass), but they have since continued to produce their unique sound independently. From playing various gigs and festivals (Bearded Theory, Beautiful Days, Wonderfields + many more) Pattern Pusher sold-out a 450 capacity gig, introducing a special guest– a giant fabricated cube with projected moving visuals that hung from the ceiling. They have since gone on to support their inspirations such as Dutch Uncles and Submotion Orchestra.