‘Manual Override’ marks a special moment for Saskwatch as it’s the first time the six-piece outfit have co-produced & mixed their own work, alongside sound engineer and long-term friend Cal Barter in Newmarket Studios, Melbourne.
‘Manual Override’ feels collaborative, confident and independent from the core. Its experimental and playful nature blends genres and feels liberating, producing a record that sounds earnest, mature and timeless – giving listeners the most personal and vulnerable collection of songs to date.
Saskwatch are at their musical peak and are excited to bring their all-consuming live show across the country and show fans some new music - Just ask anybody who made it to one of the sold out Album Preview shows last month!
“Rippling with funk, psychedelia but most of all, artistic confidence, Manual Override is a record loved all the way from conception to distribution.” - Happy
“Nkechi Anele’s vocals still reign supreme but this time they’re accessorised with psychedelic sounds, surf-rock guitar licks and fantastical sonic accoutrements” – Music Feeds
“So many of pop’s most compelling songs remain those composed of equal parts light and shade… here Saskwatch nail it.”- Rolling Stone
For tickets, and more information head to https://www.saskwatch.com.au/shows