Southern California based indie-rock group, Fellow Robot have just released their sophomore album, The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 2 via Donut Sounds Record Co. The album, which features stand-out singles like “So What,” “Don’t Deny Me,” and “Golden Man,” is part two in a trilogy of concept albums centered around an advanced artificial intelligence, explaining his life through music.
To celebrate the album release, the band have been the artist-in-residency at local Long Beach venue Alex’s Bar for the month of April. The residency wraps up tonight (April 24th) with more info here. Fellow Robot are also scheduled to play Silverlake Lounge in Los Angeles on May 1st with fellow Long Beach band, Strawberry Army.
Fellow Robot recently appeared on an episode of NPR’s American Parlor Songbook where they stopped by to perform a few tracks off of Vol. 2. That podcast can be heard here.
In addition to the release of Vol. 2, the band partnered with Bundy to release a split EP on vinyl, featuring two brand new tracks from both bands. Fans can listen to the EP on Spotify, Apple Music, or order the vinyl EP via Donut Sounds Record Co.
Fellow Robot released their debut album The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 last Summer via Seattle vinyl imprint Donut Sounds Record Co. The band celebrated the vinyl release of the dystopian concept record with a packed show at Fingerprints in Long Beach. Album cut “Clone Baby,” was also featured in blogger American Pancake’s year end list of “110 Fav(orite) Songs of 2018.” Fans can order The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 on vinyl here.