2. 5 MIN. HEROES
3. TRUTH OR DIE
Since Nemo’s first live electro-rock performances in the summer of 2004, their fusion of electronics, punk dynamics and pop melodies has been turning heads across London, Paris and Berlin. As experimental as the Faint but as accessible as the Killers, this quintessentially English four piece are already inspiring adoration on both sides of the pond. Their near pioneering electro new wave club, 'The System' has played host to such illustrious guests as Ricard Archer(Hard FI), Graham Coxon, Robots In Disguise, White Rose Movement, IAMX and Chikinki. The club has even found its way onto the continent via original NY new-wave promoter 'Steve Maas' in Berlins Mudd Club.
As producers in their own right, they've recently completed the recording of their debut album 'Post Human Love' at their own 'Deepsee' studios in Dalston, working in the process with Jim Abbiss(Arctic Monkeys,Kasabian,Placebo),Charlie Francis(REM) Joe Wilson(Sneaker Pimps,Client,Trash Money) and Emre Ramazanoglu (producer of Mercury Prize nominated Lou Rhodes. Singer James has appeared in several episodes of the Mighty Boosh series 1 and 2, making cameos both on screen and in the live show, electro-singer songwriter Imogen Heap is a friend and fan, as is Nighty Night's writer and star, Julia Davis.
Nemo's many live performances have included supports with Imogen Heap and The Sneaker Pimps, We Are Scientists, VHS or Beta, The Paddingtons and Lorraine. In July this year Nemo recieved the jury prize for best new band at 40th Montreux Jazz Festival. They have also headlined Alan McGee's club night 'Death Disco' and Berlin’s legendary White Trash. Their debut single, 'Lifespan' released on their own 'Deepseemusic' label is a unique fusion of gritty electro, trashy punk and epic screaming vocals.