"... seamlessly skates between the line of a

technology-masked society and the raw

human conscience."

- The Hollywood Reporter

LA based glitch-pop outfit nav/attack follows last year’s EP Errrors with dystopian themed single Centipede, out now via Sparse Symmetrics.

Centipede is set in a post-apocalypic future, where breathing outside is illegal and everyone is addicted to narcotics-infused candy. A hypnotic, whirring cacophony, the track races with the glitchy speed of retro arcade games, building tension that opens out into a cinematic soundscape.

Formed as a solo project whilst Andrew Lynch was on a promotional trip to Europe with previous band The Goldberg Sisters, nav/attack have received acclaim from the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, KCRW and LA Weekly for last year’s Errrors EP. Now, with the addition of drummer Jason Echeverría, they hope to draw UK listeners in with their surreal other-worldly creations.

Centipede is out now via Sparse Symmetrics.