Robot Nature Release “Do You Wanna Be a Star”

Robot Nature are sharing their ambitious new single, “Do You Wanna Be a Star,” which sees the band hitting another home run. Robot Nature formed when members of The BOLT and End of Ever reformed into a pop-alternative quartet. They have built a steadily growing following by performing over 100 shows in just over a year, from Los Angeles to Europe as well as several major festivals including most recently opening for The Alan Parsons Project at Burning Man 2018. Immediately after formation, the band won a series of awards, “Best New Artist” “Best Live Video” “Best Male Vocal” “Best Pop Song” and “Best Pop Recording”. They were also listed as one of the Top Unsigned Artists in Music Connection Magazine for 2017.

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What makes Robot Nature special is their use of modern production techniques and programming blended with real instruments, melding various styles to create their own unique pop sound. Lead singer DPAK flawlessly switches from playing the guitar to ripping a solo on the violin, making him an extraordinary front man in this pop landscape. As a unified force, they are driven by a deep desire to create the unexpected, moving fluidly between genres to produce their own energized alt-pop rock music.

Now in 2019, the band has toured the west coast, and is currently booking shows and festivals while recording their debut album with one of the top hit mixing engineers, Andrew Wuepper (Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Future, Usher, John Legend, Beyonce, and more). Showing no sign of slowing down (Thankfully!), we are eager to hear what Robot Nature has up their sleeve for the remainder of the year.

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