“‘Random Vision’ fuses blissful shoegaze melodies, with light, effervescent rhythms and clipped, focussed arrangements”
Recorded in a haunted Victorian Coach-house ‘Vitamin Easy’ EP, Michael A Grammar’s debut ‘Vitamin Easy’ melted minds, ears and hearts last year with its blissed-out, cavernous anthems and quickly led to live appearances at The Great Escape, Dot To Dot festival, shows for Vice magazine, and a feature on Mary Ann Hobbs’ XFM Podcast. Initially formed as a duo of childhood pals, Frankie Mockett (Guitar, Vocals), and Joel Sayers (Guitar, Vocals), the band has recently expanded to incorporate Daniel Ondieki (Bass) and John Davies (Drums) and is set to shake its listeners to their very cores and truly establish Michael A Grammar as a fierce, fully-fledged axe-wielding unit.These musical nomads journeyed to the darkest depths of East Midlands’ underground to record ‘Random Vision’. This ferocious second instalment in their series of dramatic 12” EPs released earlier this year unveils a psychedelic sense of wonder, recalling Boards of Canada’s mind-ensconcing atmospherics, The Beta Band or Broadcast (whose song ‘Michael A Grammar’ lends the band its name). The band are currently working on their third EP and reheasing their live set for this summer’s gigs.